A kit provided to ISVs or programmers to facilitate the development of software for a specific operating system or an API. For example, CallVisor®/PC is sold as a Software Development Kit (SDK) to ISVs, who may then bundle CallVisor®/PC with their own applications.
A set of tools and libraries for creating software applications for Windows operating systems.
A set of libraries, header files, tools, books, on-line help and sample programs designed to help a developer create software.
A "Software Development Kit" is a collection of libraries, interfaces and tools that allows developers to integrate software by other companies into their applications.
A collection of documentation, header files, and libraries which encapsulates a software technology. Application developer s use SDKs to integrate technology into their applications. DEI produces several SDKs related to MTP technology. See also, API.
a programming package that enables programmers to develop applications for a specific platform
A software development kit or SDK is a tool that programmers use to develop games without having to write hardware or hardware emulation code from scratch. Instead they can use function calls to the SDK library of pre-defined hardware and hardware emulation code. DirectX and OpenGL are both popular SDKs that game programmers use.
A software development kit (SDK or "devkit") is typically a set of development tools that allows a software engineer to create applications for a certain software package, software framework, hardware platform, computer system, video game console, operating system, or similar.