Tag Archive: SDK

Jun 25

Android 1.5 NDK Released!

Finally Google Released the NDK, which allows developers to use native code/libraries in their code (programmed in C or C++) which can be used for intense CPU operations such as encoding/decoding or physics. You can download it here. For most Developers this isn’t much interesting, but if you need advanced stuff as implementing your own …

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Jan 02

Android: Installing the SDK

Before getting started, you first need to download and install the Android SDK. But first, if you meet the requirements. In order to use the Android SDK, you need to have JDK 5 or JDK 6 installed on your system (JRE alone won’t do it!). Next you’ll need an IDE (it’s optional, but makes developing …

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