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Android on x86: An Introduction to Optimizing for Intel® Architecture by Darren Cummings, Iggy Krajci

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CHAPTER 7

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Creating and Porting NDK-Based Android Applications

It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.

—Albert Einstein

Android applications can incorporate native code using the Native Development Kit (NDK) toolset. It allows developers to reuse legacy code, program for low-level hardware, and differentiate their applications by taking advantage of features otherwise not optimal or possible.

This chapter provides an in-depth introduction on how to create NDK-based applications for the Intel architecture. It also covers the cases of porting existing NDK-based applications. It discusses in-depth the differences ...

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