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This article discusses a few challenges in porting a win32 app to Windows 8 Desktop. We use POV-Ray*, an open-source ray tracing program, to illustrate these issues. Three approaches are considered: running unchanged binaries on Windows 8, recompiling for Windows 8 using Microsoft Visual Studio* 2012, and redesigning the app to use the touch and sensor capabilities available in Windows 8. We also identify several compile-time errors you may encounter.
The Android plugin for Eclipse (ADT) now supports NDK-based app development. It can auto generate project and build files, and code stubs, and integrate into the full Android app development (building native libs, copying the libs into appropriate JNI folder inside the project, packaging the app, and generating final APK with NDK code included). In this article we will discuss how to configure Eclipse to take advantage of this feature, and walk through porting a sample NDK app.
This article will guide developers in the process of porting a Windows 7 application to a Windows 8 Store app. We will discuss the design considerations, language options, and more.
Si eres un desarrollador de aplicaciones y quieres aprender sobre los requisitos de las aplicaciones de Windows 8 Desktop y de Windows Store, este artículo "Matriz de compatibilidad de función de Ultrabook para el desarrollo de Windows 8," te guiará en el camino correcto.
This guide is intended to help developers port existing ARM*-based NDK applications to x86. If you already have a working application and need to know how to quickly get your application recognized on the Android* Market by x86 devices, this document should provide you with the information to get started. The guide also provides tips and guidance if you run into compiler issues during the porting process.