After two months of waiting, Huawei officially launched the DevEco Studio 3.0 Beta 4 version. In the latest edition, the Chinese manufacturer has added the support of HarmonyOS 3.0 JS development / eTS applications and services.
To those who are unfamiliar, Huawei DevEco Studio is an all-in-one development environment tool (IDE) for HarmonyOS app development. In other words, the software is capable of providing the developers with facilities to conduct several app development tasks and on-screen test emulator.
As per the reports, the latest Huawei DevEco Studio 3.0 Beta 4 mainly brings the developments of JS/eTS applications and services of HarmonyOS 3.0. Besides, it also improves the low-code development, reviewers, and editors of the program. Additionally, it enhances and optimizes the information center experience.
The DevEco Studio now provides a variety of new preview functions. Such as multi-device preview, bidirectional preview, real-time preview, dynamic preview, etc. Thus, it permits the developers to quickly view the effect of UI code running during UI interface development.
However, developers need to save these functions using the shortcut key Ctrl+S. So, if you want to do good work, you first need to sharpen your tools. For doing so, click on the format given below, and read the instructions carefully.
Speaking of the DevEco Studio 3.0, this technology uproots the open-source variant of the IntelliJ IDEA community. Further, it helps the app developers to control Huawei devices accordingly. It’s a one-stop distributed platform that enables the developers to produce versatile all-device and all-scenarios apps.
Coming to its features, Huawei DevEco Studio 3.0 offers distributed multi-device development, debugging, and emulation, as well as comprehensive quality and security safeguards. Moreover, it provides the manufacturers with E2E applications and development services. For instance, template creation, coding, code editing, compilation, and more.
On the flip side, the third beta of DevEco Studio 3.0 has brought support for OpenHarmony applications and services. As a result, developers were able to learn about one-click creation of Sample, in-depth integration of document content, and other new functions.