Features of an SDK and how Developers use SDKs to create Applications
The common features included in a standard SDK are the compiler, debugger, and APIs. However, most manufacturers offer additional features, including editors, documentation, drivers, libraries, development infrastructures, and network protocols. Typically, the kit will contain every tool that a developer requires to create a software application.
There are several software development kits in the market: Java development kit (JDK), MacOS X SDK, and Windows 7 SDK. Another specific example is the SpotyPal SDK that lets you create your own application. The SpotyPal SDK comes with a spectrum of code generation tools, creating the development environment, APIs, and extensions to cater to common operator users.