Native Android apps are developed using the Java programming language, and, on devices running Android 5.0 or higher, make use of a managed runtime called Android Runtime (ART) by default. To create such apps, most developers choose to use Android Studio, the official Android IDE developed by Google.
As an Android developer, you can deploy devices and apps to employees and keep your corporate data secure. With Android, organizations can choose what devices, APIs, and framework they want to use to develop apps for enterprises.
Create apps using the Developer Guide
The Developer Guide is for developers who want to create apps that best utilize and complement Android's enterprise features. The guide defines the best practices to develop and test enterprise-focused apps for managed Android devices.
If you’re new to creating Android apps ...
The Developer Guide assumes that you’re working as an independent software vendor (ISV) or in a similar role and have already built an Android app. If you haven’t yet created an Android app, see Building Your First App. If you’re looking for an accelerated course, see the Developing Android Apps course, taught by Google employees.
Develop apps for enterprises
Learn how to make your app function smoothly in corporate environments that restrict device features and data access. Go further to support business use of your app by enabling restrictions that administrators can use to remotely configure your app:
DICS PITAMPURA Course Completion Certificate will be awarded upon the completion of the project work (after the expert review) and upon scoring at least 50% marks in the quiz. DICS PITAMPURA certification is well recognized in top MNCs.
All those students and professionals who are keen to create amazing Apps in Android should go for this course.