If you are an Android developer you might like to know that Google has now release the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean SDK, and included revised version of the SDK Tools (20.11) along with NDK revision 8b, enabling devs to publish code up to API level 16 using Android Jelly Bean APIs.
According to an article over on Talk Android by way of the Android Developers Blog, the SDK and tools can be installed by way of an existing instillation of the SDK, or you can simply hit up the Android developers site, and the SDK is available for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Along with announcing the availability of the full Android 4.1 Jelly Bean SDK, Android engineer Nick Butcher posted a few recommendations an tips to improve the professional presentation and level of polish for new Android Jelly Bean apps.
As this is likely to be developers first exposure to Android Jelly Bean, the advice is a way of helping those developers get a head start on app development, and the tips and tricks are geared towards the Google Nexus 7 tablet; however should translate to other devices later on.
Thus for those Android developers that would like to access the full Android 4.1 Jelly Bean SDK, or check out those recommendations and hints from Nick Butcher, you can do so by heading on over to the Android Developers Blog.