Android Native Development Kit (NDK) is a toolset that allows developers to reuse code written in C/C++ programming languages and incorporate it to their app through Java Native Interface (JNI). Since the app will run directly in the processor, instead of being interpreted by Dalvik Virtual Machine, it will gain some extra speed. Besides, code written in C/C++ for Android can be easily ported and run in other platform such as iOS or Windows. Useful if you develop a multi platform application. NDK will also increase your app complexity, however, it will limit your app functionality. For this reason,...Read More
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Feb 28, 2017 | Android News |
As any other new skill gained in life, app development is a process that takes dedication. We recently discussed the importance of time management and practice to get the most out of your online education. Your learning process could be different from others, that´s why it is important that you learn at your own pace, participate in community forums and make your best effort in the journey to become an Android App developer. While learning the technical aspects of app development, there are a few other aspects you should consider, so we’ll like to talk about 3 challenges app...Read More
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