What is an SDK?
SDK stands for Software Development Kit and is a piece of code, which when implemented in a mobile application, enables third-party services or technologies. For example, app developers integrate the ironSource SDK in order to connect their app to the ironSource ad network, enabling them to access direct advertisers across the globe, while providing a library of rules that lets the developers easily control when, where, and how ads are placed in their app. The single SDK also provides developers with access to the ironSource’s ad mediation solution, which lets developers centralize and manage multiple ad networks in just one platform.
Learn more about ironSource’s Android SDK and iOS SDK for app developers.