Every Friday, we take a look at some of the most popular posts in the Ultrabook™ and Windows*8 forums here on the Intel Developer Zone. Whether you’ve got a specific question or just want to chat with someone who loves coding as much as you do, these forums are the right place to do it. Click on any of the links to take part in the ongoing conversation.
Just like we did with last’s week forum focus, this Friday we’re going to look at a few of the most active posts in the Ultrabook™ and Windows*8 forum. We have a pretty active forum here with discussions on all sorts of topics related to Ultrabooks and Windows*8, and the discussions are for anyone who would like to join them.
|I recently had the chance to interview Mark Davis about a Map Panning Application that he wrote that takes advantage of Windows 8* Ultrabook(tm) Sensors. He ran into some interesting issues along the way.|
A couple Fridays a month, we’re going to look at a few of the most interesting topics that our Ultrabook community forum members have posted about in the past week. We have quite an active forum here and the discussions are for anyone with an interest in developing for the Ultrabook device. Go ahead and jump into any of these conversations simply by clicking on the links.
One of the first things I wanted to see when I got my new Intel Tablet was to test some of the apps I develop for my Ultrabook. Initially I packaged the app, saved to a USB drive then, inserted that into my Tablet and installed. However as I made minor tweeks and changes that solution was too cumbersome. If you are like me and do a lot of trial and error tweaking, a new build for eacg test is not a sustainable option.