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    Quote Originally Posted by gcc View Post
    Ok.
    But i can still see their link in your signature area.
    It's not my problem I have cash what they pays on time, users have CPI, It's not my decision to spend cash in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by androidDeveloper View Post
    It takes some time to get used to android studio but its totally worth it, they have faster emulators, nice extensions, and the dark Dracula theme is also great.

    Also google will stop supporting eclipse soon.
    Google stopped Eclipse support 1 year ago, there are ofcourse working links for ADT but it's outdated.

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    Android Studio for me too, for the same reasons than ramzixp. For those who wants to keep Eclipse shortcuts, there's a setting in AS allowing that:

    Android Studio shortcuts like Eclipse - Stack Overflow

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    I would switch if Android studio has support for working on multiple projects without restarting the IDE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomeapps View Post
    I would switch if Android studio has support for working on multiple projects without restarting the IDE.
    Time to learn how to do that in Android Studio

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomeapps View Post
    I would switch if Android studio has support for working on multiple projects without restarting the IDE.
    May be one project at a time is to avoid long time to load the IDE and almost aame time to save the workspace before exiting. Moreover during load process eclipse takes almost 2-3 minutes to build or compile all the projects in workspace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomeapps View Post
    I would switch if Android studio has support for working on multiple projects without restarting the IDE.
    May be one project at a time is to avoid long time to load the IDE and almost same time to save the workspace before exiting. Moreover during load process eclipse takes almost 2-3 minutes to build or compile all the projects in workspace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcc View Post
    May be one project at a time is to avoid long time to load the IDE and almost same time to save the workspace before exiting. Moreover during load process eclipse takes almost 2-3 minutes to build or compile all the projects in workspace.
    True, Eclipse takes lot of time first time to load the android sdk's, Building projects etc.
    For that reason only I upgraded to 12GB RAM and not shutting down laptop (just making it sleep and wake)
    Gradle, Instant Run and Material design is attractive in AS but that is not something that I really need.
    Since my existing apps are already configured in eclipse so I am cool with Eclipse. Only if AS had support for multiple projects, i would immediately switch to AS

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    Android studio knows exactly who you are.
    Eclipse not.

    Google just wants to keep suspending developers.
    You really think they give a shit about the developers to make for them a better software ?

    It is better than Eclipse for sure.
    Since the beginning Google never gave a damn about the poor developer and they never will.

    I am still using Eclipse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomeapps View Post
    True, Eclipse takes lot of time first time to load the android sdk's, Building projects etc.
    For that reason only I upgraded to 12GB RAM and not shutting down laptop (just making it sleep and wake)
    Gradle, Instant Run and Material design is attractive in AS but that is not something that I really need.
    Since my existing apps are already configured in eclipse so I am cool with Eclipse. Only if AS had support for multiple projects, i would immediately switch to AS
    But...it supports... you can have unlimited projects in ... one project. Then use build flavours to compile what you want.

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