Google Updates Android Developer Kit

Google Updates Android Developer Kit

According to Google, the latest version of the Android NDK should allow developers to create apps with better graphics and better overall performance.

” The NDK allows you to implement parts of your applications using native-code languages such as C and C++. This can provide benefits to certain classes of applications, in the form of reuse of existing code and in some cases increased speed,” explains the company.

In addition, the new release includes OpenGL ES 2.0 native library support, which “brings the ability to control graphics rendering through vertex and fragment shader programs using the GLSL shading language.”

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