I used to code for Android on Eclipse and have become accustomed to the “Problems” view which lists all warnings and errors in the whole project, making it easy to zoom into exactly which line(s) of code were causing issues.
I’ve since migrated to Android Studio, but I can’t seem to find a view that performs a similar function. Instead, the errors are only shown to me when I click into an individual file, which is too much hassle.
Is there an equivalent of the “Problems” view (in Eclipse) for Android Studio?
You can build the projects, then the errors and warnings will display in message panel.
Click on errors/warnings can jump to the code. This can be used as a workaround.