AdvertisemenThe Android Software Developer Kit (SDK) used by the majority of Android application developers requires the use of the Java™ programming language. However, there is a large body of C language code available online. The Android Native Developer Kit (NDK) permits an Android developer to reuse existing C source code within an Android application. The tutorial, Reuse existing C code with the Android NDK by IBM 12 Apr 2011, introduce how to create an image processing application in the Java programming language that uses C code to perform basic image processing operations.
The tutorial is available in PDF format (773 KB | 42 pages) also.
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