What is the point where the GUI of Android is stored called?
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- January 23, 2019 at 11:28 am #52289
GUI literally means Graphical User Interface. It is a tool that helps the developers to simulate certain special scenarios and see them in the way that a user of the app would see it.
Android’s GUI is stored within what is called an “Android SDK”. The Android SDK is the equivalent of a shed & it stores all of the essential tools for the developer’s easy access.
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