Google is making it easier to create apps using Chromebooks for Developers

Google is indeed rooting its way to introduce something new to folks. Today, Google launched ChromeOS.dev , a new site with the aim to make life easier for developers. Now they can create web and ANDROID apps for the company’s Linux based operating system.
ChromeOS.dev, is a hub consist of tutorials, technical resources, and code samples from popular apps. Which are meant to help developers of all levels and till now available in English and Spanish. This hub has required core tools for developers, and emulators to build and test ANDROID APPLICATIONS on Chromebooks without switching to developer mode.

The hub has the core tools developers will need to make Android apps using a supported Chromebook. It has an emulator that lets developers test their apps on any Android version or device even if they don’t have access to the hardware. They’ll be able to test and deploy apps directly on their Chromebook without needing to switch to developer mode.
Not just ANDROID but ChromeOS.dev also has updated Linux beta to customization Linux terminals with integrated tabs and shortcuts along with adjustable backgrounds, frames, colors, and fonts.
The project itself is a progressive web app that you can access offline. ChromeOS.dev is also open-source, so you can see how the Chrome OS team built it. Moreover, developers from the wider community will offer advice, guidelines, and tips.

Javeriya

Electronic Engineer