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Android is a mobile operating system developed by Google. It is used on a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets and portable devices. Some popular development frameworks and technologies for Android are:
Android Studio: This is the official integrated development environment (IDE) for Android development. It provides a set of tools for creating, testing and deploying Android applications, including a code editor, a debugger and a device emulator.
Android SDK: This is a collection of software development kits that provide the tools and APIs needed to build Android applications. It includes the APIs of the Android platform as well as libraries for common tasks such as network and database access.
Android Jetpack: This is a set of libraries, tools and tutorials for creating Android apps. It includes components for common functions such as UI, data persistence, and testing, as well as libraries for new technologies such as machine learning and augmented reality.
Kotlin: This is a statically typed programming language that can be used for Android app development. It is concise, expressive and compatible with Java, the main language for Android development.
Overall, these frameworks and technologies provide the tools and infrastructure needed to develop and deploy Android apps.
BITS experts have used Android-based technologies in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.