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Hi,

I'd like to know if there are specific frameworks when we want to make a Web application using Android.

Thank you
 
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Sorry but I didn't get your question.

make a Web application using Android


You don't create a web application using Android, actually you are creating a native application using Android.
 
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For an Android application you use the Android SDK Framework, which has its own way of laying out the UI (Activity, Intent, Adapter, etc.). The SDK provides a number of mechanism for communicating with server components, with web services probably being one of the preferred (but definitely not the only) mechanisms.
 
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