- It is the IDE for Android Platform, which is mostly used for building Android apps.
- The best feature of Android Studio is "Instant Run" which allows developers to build their app and when there is a little change in code, Android Studio does hot code swapping and it only updates the parts of the code that have been changed.
- Its best part is that it is supported by Linux, Windows, and Mac.
- Emulator allows the programmer to observe the behavior of the app and can also test the application without deploying it on the real devices.
- It also supports programming languages like Kotlin, dart.
- Build best UI and UX with the support of widgets of Flutter. (Best UI and UX available for Applications).
- Hot Reloading with Flutter makes development even easy for Developers.
- Make Reactive Applications with Flutter integrated with Android Studio.
- Programming with Android Studio needs time and a great effort because it is completely for Developers who are through with Java, Kotlin or with Dart.
- Sometimes emulator runs very slowly.
- It is difficult to solve certain problems like render problems, gradle error, layout error, etc.
- Android Studio uses lots of memory.
I highly recommend using Android Studio for building up the android app. Now with Flutter, I am sure that using Android Studio will make your applications reactive and will you will implement "Write Once Run Anywhere" architecture. Flutter is a great plus point for Android Studio.
Android Studio is a great platform for generating android apps with emulator support. We were using Android Studio for developing our android applications with Kotlin, and now with the help of flutter we use Android Studio to build reactive applications for both Android as well as for iOS.