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The Best Platform To Building Android Apps

Today, the most used platform for building android apps is Google’s G Suite, which is free to use and offers many amazing features that are worth trying out. This article will cover some of the popular tools you can use to build Android applications on any operating system.

Before we get into it, let’s discuss why I’m using a tool that does not support our application. For example, if you are planning to use an iOS application, you need to have Xcode installed. But since I am currently using Java and Spring, I decided to try out something different by running Flutter instead. And here is what I found.

I recently came across this interesting app called Mobile App Builder (MAB). MAB lets you add your own Android apps to an existing web or native app without creating a separate project. If you don’t know how to do that yet, check out my previous guide if you are having trouble getting started with such technologies. Let me explain the process so that you can understand where I got these tools from. Here is a list of all the tools used for this application.

1. Cordova XNA Framework — Used to build both Android and iOS apps

2. XML Build Tool

3. CMake Ldk and Jetty

4. Gradle/Flavours (Builds both the frontend(app) and backend(platform) in the same build)

5. Postman app builder

6. PhoneGap to convert platforms to native apps

7. xcodepress

8. Pusher.io

9. Bazel

10. Bitrise

11. Karma

12. Github

13. SUSE Linux

14. GitHub-Client

15. GitLab Desktop

16. CodeWOMB

17. Pycharm Appbuilder

18. React Native

19. Angular CLI

20. NodeX

21. Vue

22. Firebase

23. JQI

24. Eclipse+Spring

25. OpenSIS Server

26. RubyMine

27. REST APIs

28. RestFul

29. MongoDB

30. GoLang

31. SQL Server

32. JDBC

33. MySQL

34. Visual Studio Code

35. Docker

36. PostGIS

37. Cloudflare

38. Zklib

39. Grafana

40. Azure DevOps Service

41. MailGun

42. Database Server (PostgreSQL Server 2016 & 2019)

43. Databases (MongoDB (5.6.6 + 3.12.4), Redshift (7.x, 8.x + NFS), Hadoop, Postgresql (7.x) + Hive/Spark)

44. HTML 5 Development Kit

45. Apache Tomcat 7.y

46. Web Application Testing Server

47. Chrome Test Runner

48. Create-A-Node-App

49. CSS Test Kit

50. Logstash

51. Image-Magnetism Test Kit

52. Kubernetes 2.x

53. DB + Postgres

54. PostgresSQL Template

55. Django2 + Postgresql

56. MongoDB 2.x

57. Python + Postgres

58. Rails 4.x

59. Typescript

60. Data Warehousing Server

61. Heroku

62. Microbenchmarking Testing Utility

63. D3 + Postgres

64. Elasticsearch

65. Kibana

66. PostgreSQL Plus & pgAdmin

67. Postgres Plus Auth

68. Excel

69. YAGNI

70. PHPStorm + Postgres

71. Express

72. Laravel + pgAdmin

73. RubyMine + Postgres

74. Postgis (2.8.3, 1.5.0)

75. AWS SQS

76. Kafka + pgAdmin

77. Heroku + pgAdmin

78. PostGIS+Postgres

79. Snowflake

80. VMware Private cloud

81. Microsoft Azure Storage

82. Azure Functions

83. Heroku + Postgres + PostGIS + PostgresPlus

84. Prestoleta 2.x + Postgres

85. OAuth 2.x + Postgres

86. Postgres + Postgres

87. OAuth

88. Postgres + Postgres + PostgresPlus

89. Postgres

90. Quorum Lite

91. BigTable

92. Amazon ECS

93. Netezza

94. Oracle Exadata + Postgres

95. SAP CRM Online

96. Alibaba

97. eBay + Postgres

98. LinkedIn + Postgres

99. Facebook + Postgres

100. Instagram

101. Skype

102. Snapchat

103. Uber