L’SDK di Android Jelly Bean 4.2 è ora disponibile per gli sviluppatori

Oggi contemporaneamente al lancio del Nexus 4 e del Nexus 10 via Play Store, Google ha anche deciso di aprire le porte agli sviluppatori con il puntuale rilascio dell’SDK di Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

Per chi è interessato non resta che scaricare l’SDK dal sito ufficiale di Android Developers di Google, dove è possibile reperire anche numerose informazioni su questa pagina ed anche le API dell’ultima release del sistema operativo di Google.

Terreno fertile per gli sviluppatori di ROM e per team importanti come CyanogenMod e AOKP.

Ecco tutti i dettagli rilasciati da Google nella nota ufficiale :

 

Performance

We’ve worked with our partners to run Renderscript computation directly in the GPU on the Nexus 10, a first for any mobile computation platform.

New ways to engage users

Users can now place interactive lock screen widgets directly on their device lock screens, for instant access to favorite apps and content. With just a small update, you can adapt any app widget to run on the lock screen. Daydream is an interactive screensaver mode that users can encounter when their devices are charging or docked in a desk dock. You can create interactive daydreams that users display in this mode, and they can include any type of content.

New interaction and entertainment experiences

Android 4.2 introduces platform support for external displays that goes beyond mirroring. Your apps can now target unique content to any number of displays attached to an Android device.

Enhancements for international users

To help you create better apps for users in languages such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian, Android 4.2 includes native RTL support, including layout mirroring. With native RTL support, you can deliver the same great app experience to all of your users with minimal extra work. Android 4.2 also includes a variety of font and character optimizations for Korean, Japanese, Indic, Thai, Arabic and Hebrew writing systems.

 

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