The next version of Visual Studio for Android will ship in the coming weeks, as the IDE for Google’s Android mobile operating system gets a significant overhaul.
The company has said the new Visual Studio is the first to run on the Android platform.
The new Visual Editor features a much larger canvas, new drag and drop capabilities, a more flexible interface, and a few other features.
The editor itself is currently a work in progress, with the goal of making it as polished as possible.
It also includes support for “feature parity” with the Visual Studio team’s existing Android tools, but those are still not ready to be used in production apps.
In addition to Visual Studio, the Android version of the IDE will ship with Google’s other popular IDE, Eclipse.
The two tools are similar in style, but both provide support for a broad set of APIs, including Android and Android Studio.
Eclipse has a number of popular development tools like Android Studio and Gradle, and Android has a vast library of third-party tools, including Google’s own Android SDK.
Eclipse also has support for the popular Android SDK Tools, which provide Android SDK-like tools for developing applications for Android.
There are also a number a custom tools like Google’s OpenJDK, which is the Android development framework.
Visual Studio and Eclipse will not be compatible with each other.
There will be no support for Eclipse in the next version, though it is still possible to use Eclipse as a standalone IDE for the Android system.
It will be the first version to ship with Eclipse in a fully-featured Android environment.
The IDE will support Android 7.0, Android 8.0 (Oreo), and Android 9.0.
This is the latest update for Visual Studio.
Earlier versions of VisualStudio included support for Android 7, Android 7 Plus, and an Android 8-style build engine.
The current release of VisualEditor supports the Android 8+ build system, but there’s no word yet on whether it will support the Android 9+ version.
The newest version will ship for Android devices running Android 8 or higher, as well as devices running a version of Android 8 that doesn’t yet include Android 9 support.
Android 9 will be included in the upcoming Android 10, with a release slated for late February or early March.