Google has also released the Android Libraries, which contain several hundred sample applications available as open-source code. Several of these libraries are intended to be useful in application development. For example, the Android SDK includes the AndroidManifest.xml source for applications and a Resource directory containing non-binary assets such as icons, bitmaps, and XML files. In addition, the AndroidManifest.xml source is available for the AndroidManifest.xml file used by the Manifest and AndroidManifest.xml files found in the Android resource repository. The AndroidManifest.xml file is also part of the android project, and is made available in the android source repository. The AndroidManifest.xml file describes the runtime configuration and required classes used by an application and is the primary entry point for the application in Android. For more information, see
Google has also provided a non-free API compatibility layer, known as the Android Compatibility Definition Document (CDD), which contains APIs which implement Android's compatibility layer. The CDD is also released as open-source code. The CDD includes APIs that are not available on Android unless the implementation is licensed from Google. Such APIs include the SurfaceFlinger service, the Tethering API, and the AdMob advertising framework. Other APIs are only available through the CDD unless they are provided by the manufacturer of the device or carrier and are not published publicly by Google.
In addition to the licensing terms of Android and the open-source kernel, Google has announced that most of the Android source code will be available under a non-copyleft Open Source Definition (OSD) version 0.1. However, several of the major Android features, including the user interface (UI), are still under development and not open source. This OSD only covers the core Android Open Source Project, including the Android source code, build tools, and the Android SDK. If a third-party wishes to use the Honeycomb UI, they have to license it from Google under a licensing agreement.
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