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Query about android!

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#1 gupta.vijay


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Posted 31 December 2010 - 03:07 AM

Hi all,

I was reading about android on a website and there was one statement which i didn't understand:

"it has a
middleware application and other
valuable development tools"

can someone please explain me this statement about android?

i know that Middleware is software that allows a
bunch of isolated systems or
functionalities to interact.

But i dont know the context here as i did not understand what is meant by android having middleware....what would be the difficulty if it doesn't has any middleware or what are the advantages of having it.

Also, i did not got one more statement from the same page (posting below)

Android does not
work with programs that were
developed in native code

i did not native here. as far as i know, android apps are written in google developed java libraries...so what does this statement mean?

Also, please let us know if this is not the correct forum to ask about android?

Can I ask other queries regarding android in this forum?

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