With the released of Android L and Android Wear, Google also unveiled the new development kit for Android and Android Wear, yes it was introduced last 2013 but did not really take off due to lack of functionality to develop a powerful app for Android, now with the Android Studio, although it is still in beta version, Google encourages users to use Android Studio in developing apps for Android especially for Android Wear, the new Android Studio according to developers as well as Google do have a much better support compared to traditional SDK via Eclipse, the SDK provides new features and improvements over Eclipse ADT.
The Android Studio now has a lot of punch and much better helping you create fast and powerful applications for Android, if you are looking for tutorials and books here are the Android books for Android Studio.
Android Studio – Getting Started: 2nd Edition
Overview of the new features and capabilities. It starts with installing and configuring Android Studio. You’re getting to know the new IDE and his Editor. You learn how to create new Android projects from scratch, import projects of different kind like an old Eclipse Android App or projects from GitHub.
Its Android Wear Support:
Making Custom Code Templates – Android Wear For the book are several complete and runnable Android Project Examples available for download (Source Code).
Android Studio: How to guide and tutorial
How to guide and tutorial will show you how to install and use Android Studio to develop Android apps quickly and efficiently. Using almost 200 images, I will take you on a tour through Android Studio, showing you how to import an existing project or create a new one.
Android Studio Application Development
“Android Studio Application Development” is a practical guide that will show you how to develop and build Android apps using this new, integrated development environment. Also shows you on how to setup a project, configure Android studio.
Android Developer Tools Essentials: Android Studio to Zipalign
A good book on how to learn on how to use Eclipse and ADT together to develop Android code, you can create emulators of various sizes and configurations to test your code. Master Eclipse tools, or explore the new Android Studio, simulate real-world events, including location, sensors, and telephony and create dynamic and efficient UIs, using Graphical Layout tools