BlackBerry has just released an update, version 2.0.2 to their tools for Android Development Beta! The update brings tons of new goodies for all you developers out there! Check it out now!
Now features includes:
New GUI Shortcuts
With today’s 2.0.2 beta, we’ve added executable shortcuts for the GUI tools, which removes the need to start them from within a command-prompt or terminal instance. Just double-click the shortcut for the tool you require and you’re good to go! The 2.0.2 command-line tools for Android apps can be downloaded here and extracted anywhere on your Mac or Windows development machine. Official support for Linux is coming soon.
Support for Android Studio
This beta release also includes support for Google’s Android Studio IDE. Even though this IDE is in an early beta phase, we decided to release an alpha plug-in to allow Android developers to easily target BlackBerry 10 devices. The Android Studio alpha plug-in is currently being offered as an offline archive available for download here.
Updated Eclipse Plugin
We will continue to support the ADT plug-in for Eclipse, which has been updated to reflect the 2.0.2 update to our Android tool chain. You can download or upgrade to the newest release by checking out our Tools page.
Expanded Mac and Java Support
Our latest release also includes official support for Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9 as well as Java Development Kit 7.