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Writing Android NDK Code with Elements

RemObjects Blogs – With our latest release of Elements 9.1 last week, we introduced support for native Android NDK apps. What this means is the you can now use whatever Elements language you like best – be it Oxygene, C#, Swift or even Java – to write not just the "regular" JVM/Dalvik-based part of your app, but also any "native" extensions you might want to write with the NDK. Excursion: What is the NDK? The regular API for writing Android apps is based on the Java Runtime (or Google's variations/evolutions of that, such as Dalvik or ART). Essentially, you write code against Java libraries that ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? marc hoffman @ 2017-06-02 23:01

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