It is what I am doing: Using Windows 10 and Android Studio 2.2 and it is just fine.
You built your own Android App as you would for a smartphone. You connect your DragonBoard to your PC and you will be connected as any smartphone. Then you are able to push your app and debug it.
You can push your app directly when connected with Android Studio or push your APK file using ADB and the "push" command.
The only difference between a smartphone and the Dragonboard is the impossibility to use Kboard/mouse when it is connected to your PC.
I mean: if your app requires a button click and you want to test it, you will need to disconnect your Dragonboard first then do the click.