The Android Native Development Kit (NDK) is a toolset that lets you implement parts of your app in native code, using lower-level "C style" APIs and with direct access to memory and the Linux platform that underlies the Android OS.
Android NDK extensions can be created using all Elements languages; they compile to CPU-native ARM or Intel code, and can be embedded in and interacted with from your Android SDK based main application.
- Get set up for Android Development in Fire on Mac
- on Windows
- Get set up for Android Development in Visual Studio on Windows
- Android Developer Portal
- Android NDK Homepage