One company who likes Python but in reality likes Java a lot more = …. Google!
.java -> [compiler] -> JVM ByteCode -> JVM
Jython - setuptools - make .jars
from java.Lang.system ```What can do in Python 2.7 can also do in Jython. Android devices outsold full-size computers 2x. Dalvik Virtual Machine = Android Runtime (ART) .java -> [compiler] -> .dex (Dalvik exe) -> DVM No dynamic 3rd-party libraries. All statically compiled into Dalvik exe. Java Native Interface (JNI). [Kivy](https://href.li/?http://kivy.org) Python-For-Android: Cpython API for Java.
from jnius import autoclass
PyJnius runs on Android! JNI method signatures are a nightmare. If Java’s more important, use Jython! Support for C extensions is not complete. If Python’s more important, use PyJnius! Jython is corporate sponsored by Sun. 2.7 support on Jython is only recent. Kivy doesn’t have a very native look-and-feel. They say they’re working on this but “they don’t know what they’re talking about”. Toga aims to use the native APIs for theming but currently has no Android support.