Hi, all: We at speakTECH have built the official Facebook and Twitter apps for Moblin, in partnership with the Intel marketing team. On trying to invite beta testers, we are prompted first to have them register with the dev program. I've done this successfully with two Intel employees, but the invitations to register are NOT reaching the three non-Intel employees who will be beta testing. It's urgent that we get this cured ASAP - we are trying to release the apps for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. Here's what happens: - Log in to http://appdeveloper.intel.com
Where there any differences between the ATDS in version .9 and .91 of the SDK? If there are any release notes specific to this I would appreciate a copy.
Hello, I try to make some kind of 3D-geometric software for my open-source-cross-platform project. The problem is how to make the back of a cube (which unseen in real world) keep dashed, even when it was rotated. I try to search in many math books, and try to find by myself, but I can't find the solution yet. With many respect, where can I find some reference in this problem? Thank you very much Best regards,
Hi all, The quest for groundbreaking new netbook applications continues and the first deadline is fast approaching. If you have a cool home & lifestyle application, be sure to enter it into the Intel Atom Developer Challenge by 3 p.m. PDT on April 12, 2010 to qualify for the $10,000 USD "Best of Home & Lifestyle" category prize. The winner of this category will be announced on April 28, 2010.
Happy St. Patrick's Day Everyone! May the luck of the Irish help you on your way to developing great Intel ATOM Applications & Games.
Hi, I would like to check with people in the forum on the file size limitation of the .msi file for upload. I am trying to upload .msi file and I am getting a error. Is their any limitation on the size of the .msi file? If so, whats the max file size. Thanks in Advance. regards Sunil
Thanks to everyone who has entered the Intel Atom Developer Challenge. Registration came to a close at 3:00 p.m. PST today. We will be judging apps according to the criteria in the official rules, http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/contest/officialrules, and will announce the winners on the challenge website, http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/contest/developerchallenge, on March 9, 2010. March 9, 2010 is also when you can expect the next Intel Atom Developer Challenge to launch. Stay tuned and please continue to keep the questions and input going in the forum. Good luck to all! -Tonya
How long should we expect a Meta Edit on a published application take to propagate to AppUp? Is it synchronized nightly, hourly, instantly? Thank you.
Damn, I need more time :D My app is estimated to be completed in June. I wish I knew about this challenge sooner.