Google has rolled out the final Jelly Bean SDK with a set of SDK tools and the NDK. Developers got a version of Android 4.1 SDK at Google I/O but now the final version is ready and can be downloaded right now. The SDK and other tools are available for Windows, Linux and Mac users.
The SDK tools are a must have for those who are seriously thinking about developing Android apps. If you have already installed the SDK manager, you will be able to grab the updates for your existing installation. New platform components and system images can give developers’ access to the finished Jelly Bean APIs.
People interested to do some serious application development should check out Android engineer Nick Butcher’s post on Android Developers blog. He gave some methods and tips in his blog post that can help developers to take advantage of the new Jelly Bean API.