The Android SDK allows mobile software developers the opportunity to tinker with the platform and create new and interesting work. The kit contains everything you need to start building apps. The Android SDK also comes with an emulated virtual device that is fully functional to let you test out your work.
The emulator is easy to set up and run, and there is a choice of phone skins and resolutions to play around with too. The downside is that if you want to install software on the emulator, it isn't easy for novice users. There is, however, lots of documentation online to assist in using the Android SDK.
The Android SDK includes:
- An emulator.
- Required libraries.
- Sample source code.
- Tutorials for the Android OS.
- Relevant documentation for the Android application program interfaces (APIs).
Overall, the Android SDK will give you a fast and reliable development environment for you to work with. The app is a comprehensive development kit and the bundled emulator is skinnable too. The downside is that it can be a little tricky to operate for novice users.
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