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Is it possible to add ios codes to java platforms?
If yes, how?

What I have tried:

I tried to find answer from G, but no luck
Updated 21-Jun-16 19:11pm

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Yes, via JNI:
Java Native Interface — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia,
Java Native Interface Specification Contents,
JNI APIs and Developer Guides.

I must note that, from my experience, iOS is more hostile to "foreigners", so even the use of cross-platform code is more difficult, and interfacing of cross-platform code with the OS can be even more difficult. One aspect of this difficulty is a very different programming model based on Objective-C.

See also this open-source product: GitHub - dropbox/djinni: A tool for generating cross-language type declarations and interface bindings..

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