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Debugging Mixed-Mode Android Apps

RemObjects Blogs – Android app development is split into two, very distinct worlds.On the one side, there's the Android SDK, which is what the bulk of Android apps are being developed in. The SDK is based on the Java Runtime and the standard Java APIs, and it provides a very high-level development experience. Traditionally, the Java language or Kotlin would be used to develop in this spaceAnd then there's the Android NDK, which sits at a much lower level and allows to write code directly for the native CPUs (e.g. ARM or x86). This code works against lower-level APIs provided by Android and the underlying Linux ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? marc hoffman @ 2019-10-08 14:01

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