Hello everybody.

In the previous two parts you could read a lot of things about Android Interface Definition Language. About its origin, theoretical and practical basics, how these basics are implemented in Android system, how AIDL works and how developer can use it (as a result, quite simple) and some other things about Android and computer science.

Well now, everything of this is pretty curious, but I would like to tell you about one more interesting thing. You are using AIDL much more, than you suppose.

WARNING! This article contains a lot of code that will be provided in shortened…

Vladislav Puryev

Android developer from Russia

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