Google Android Developer Blog updated the blog post today, announcing the official launch of the stable version of Android Studio 2022.2.1 code-named “Flamingo”.
This update mainly introduces 4 improvements, and the main contents are as follows:
Jetpack Compose and Material 3 templates:
Google now recommends that developers create new projects using Jetpack Compose, with Material 3 and Jetpack Compose used by default in templates.
Experimental features Live Edit (Compose):
The Compose feature pushes code tweaks directly to the emulator or connected device, creating apps faster. Adjustments made by developers through this feature are automatically saved, and the UI changes can be seen in real-time.
Support for previewing theme app icons:
You can preview in real-time how the app icon will react with the theme or wallpaper.
Dynamic color preview:
This new feature enables you to dynamically change UI color profiles based on your device’s wallpaper.
Android Studio is the official IDE for developing Android applications, based on Intellij IDEA. You can download the latest version of Android Studio from the official Android Studio website.