NOOK SDK 1.0 Released To Help You Start Developing Applications for NOOKcolor

The Nook Color has now released the SDK, which should allow the usual suspects to adapt their existing Android apps to the Nook's hardware."NOOKcolor runs the Android 2.1 Operating System and works seamlessly with the Android SDK (API Level 7). Barnes & Noble provides an Android SDK add-on (NOOK SDK 1.0) to help you get […]

The Nook Color has now released the SDK, which should allow the usual suspects to adapt their existing Android apps to the Nook's hardware.

"NOOKcolor runs the Android 2.1 Operating System and works seamlessly with the Android SDK (API Level 7). Barnes & Noble provides an Android SDK add-on (NOOK SDK 1.0) to help you get started developing applications for NOOKcolor," stated Nook Color.

The NOOK SDK 1.0 contains following components:

  • Android Virtual Device (AVD) Emulator
  • Android Debug Bridge (ADB) configuration settings
  • Sample Code
  • Documentation for NOOKcolor files and components

The NOOK SDK 1.0 Android add-on uses the Android SDK and AVD Manager to perform the installation.

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