What platform are you using

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by leetbumble, Nov 5, 2009.

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    So the recommended IDE for Android development is Eclipse which plugs in the Google Android SDK and has a nifty little emulator.

    I'm curious what platform (OS) and IDE you are using and if you see a benefit over that combination.
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    I use a Mac running Snow Leopard. And I also use adobe Flex instead of Eclipse, although Flex is built on Eclipse.
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    Platform

    At home I use a Mac 10.6 with Eclipse 3.5, at work I have Windows XP, with Eclipse 3.5 and Windows 7 with Eclipse 3.5 :)

    Seeing as how the apps are made in Java the development platform shouldn't really matter just as long as you have the SDK and the Emulator running.
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    Linux, Eclipse and the plugins; but I'm only just starting with Android.
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    Forgot to mention I also am on Linux (Ubuntu) rocking out Eclipse. There are some issues with it but that is to be expected.
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