There are many additional tips and tools available to Android developers to debug and build apps for Chrome OS devices.
You can configure additional Android developer options:
- Open Settings
- Navigate to Apps and select Google Play Store.
- Click Manage Android preferences to bring up the Android settings. You may want to right-click on the Android settings icon in the shelf and pin it there to get faster access in the future.
- Go to System, you should see the Developer options menu. If you don’t, then do the following:
- Click About device.
- Click Build number seven times to move into developer mode.
- Click the arrow in the top-left area of the window to go back to the main System screen.
- Click Developer options and choose the configuration you need, one flag that might be particularly useful is:
- Show debug information in caption title - Displays debugging information for Android applications in the window title bar.
Along with using Android Studio on your Chromebook, you may also want to use Flutter to help you build beautiful and fast experiences into your Android and Chrome OS apps. Flutter provides additional support and tooling tailored specifically for keyboard and mouse input and window management which are important to support when adapting your app from a traditional Android phone experience to a Chromebook experience.
Performance profiling on Chrome OS.
How to set up your Chrome OS device for developing web apps and how to configure port forwarding to access them on other devices.
By optimizing for Chrome OS, Concepts was able to unlock a large and growing user base while increasing the average time users spend in their app.