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what is the difference between toolkit, library and sdk ?

By lemuel21 ·
can u explain it simply. i searched it already buy i couldnt understand it lastly. Thank you guys for your answer and cooperation
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Difference B/W

A toolkit is a collection of tools that are useful in a given programming environment. Examples include: code compilers, resource compilers, code generators, code formatters, build systems. Exactly which tools are provided by a toolkit will depend on the nature of the platform involved.

An SDK is a collection of APIs, frameworks and toolkits provided by a platform provider to facilitate development of applications and components that will work with the platform.

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by azabqutb In reply to what is the difference be ...

A "library"
A fine grain physical concept associated with structured file type, such as PE[1], Mach-o[2]
In lay terms, these are used to provide "pre-canned" behavior available for coders to import and reuse, sometimes offering services from the host operating system such as network access, window management, user management; or as more specific groups of behavior associated with an application specific task, like creating custom behavior for a mail application when filtering inbox content.
Either way, a library is the unit of physical reuse associated with software development.

An "SDK"
Is a coarse grain set of distributor libraries (and configuration tools) used to facilitate the adaptation of an approach, technology or language in its entirety. examples include;
Java SDK - the complete library and tools used for creating Java software, as defined by the original distributor
Sql server SDK, a complete series of libraries for accessing, managing and manipulating data, creating custom behavior for, and via the Sql sever product range.
These tend to offer points for the developer to extend, which will be "called" by the underlying platform, rather than the developer themselves. In this way, they resemble a "framework".

A "tool kit"
This term is less popular these days
Promotional term for a specialized library or small set of libraries dealing with a very narrow problem domain. One example would be a "widget" library for custom visual components.

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Toolkit, library and Sdk

by jacoobliiam In reply to what is the difference be ...

Library-> It is group of code which code written by you and do it quickly.
API -> It stands for Application Programming Interface. we can say an interface you can call from library.
SDK-> It stands for Software Development Kit . It is a library that uses for developing the code in a manner.

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by prom2dress In reply to what is the difference be ...

I think that "SDK" Is a coarse grain set of distributor libraries
so i agree with azabqutb

and A "tool kit" - This term is less popular these days

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differences

by ginny.han In reply to what is the difference be ...

A toolkit is a set of libraries and tools to help you build a particular type of application. Toolkit is a set of utilities/tools you can use for some task.

A Library is a chunk of code that you can call from your own code, to help you do things more quickly/easily.

SDK stands for Software Development Kit. An SDK is a set of tools and libraries that give you what you need to develop an application for a particular platform.

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difference

by jamesandbennie In reply to what is the difference be ...

A toolkit is a bundle of tools for doing a task.
A library is a collection of code .
A SDK is a toolkit for making software.

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Toolkit is a bundle of tools for doing a task. library is a collection of code. And SDK is a toolkit for making software. Hope it can help you.
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