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The Android NDK is used to integrate C/C++ code into Android applications and libraries.
Learn how you can use the NDK with Eclipse and Android Studio, and how having native libraries impacts the distribution of apps on the Play Store. Discover what changes from the new Android Runtime may break your integration, and how you can target new 64-bit architectures and android L-release.
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Using the Android NDK
Xavier Hallade is a software engineer at Intel Software and Services Group in Paris, France, where he works on a wide range of Android frameworks, libraries and applications, helping developers to improve their support for new hardware and technologies.