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The previously previewed Instant Run feature is ready to roll in Android Studio 2.0.
The previously previewed Instant Run feature is ready to roll in Android Studio 2.0. This time-saving extension to the run and debug commands uses a VM swap feature that sends only code that has changed for testing on an emulated device without requiring a recompile or a reinstallation of the APK.

Android Studio 2.0 Speeds Emulation, Adds On-the-Fly Testing

When Google released Android Studio 1.0 integrated development environment (IDE) back in 2013, it was welcomed as a substantial improvement over Eclipse. Yet, Apple’s Xcode tools for iOS has been widely considered to be superior. With the recent release of Android Studio 2.0, however, Google may...
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Canonical Eases Ubuntu App Development with New Build Dependency Rules

The Ubuntu development team admits that the process of separating Ubuntu packages between the "main" and "universe" software repositories caused the Ubuntu development to be dragged down
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Containers in Production, Part II: Workflows

A variety of companies are already using containers at scale in production. In the previous chapter, we looked at how and why Spotify, DramaFever, Built.io, and the Institute of Investigation, Innovation and Postgraduate Studies in Education (IIIEPE) use containers. Now let's dive in and take a...
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