With more and more smartphones with Intel Inside ® available globally and Intel Android system image (Ginger Bread, ICS and Jelly Bean 4.1 and 4.2 ) becoming part of Google Android SDK, It is time to make sure that your app can run on both ARM and x86 Android devices. Got an idea for an amazing Android game? Want to develop an Android game app for Intel® architecture (IA) based devices or port your existing apps that have native codes to support Intel x86? Here are five excellent source code samples with detailed explanation that definitely will help you on your project.
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This article discusses porting advanced user interface features from an iOS app to a Windows Store app. We use an electronic medical record (EMR) application for this case study.
So I'm going to take my gloves off a bit on this blog. Prepare yourselves! :-)
One of the biggest things I'm getting very sick and tired of reading about lately is all the news talking about how the video games industry is down. Really? That's at best only partially accurate. Want the accurate way this should be reading? Here it is:
The Console Video Games Industry is WAY down. The PC Video Games Industry continues to thrive and grow.
The University of Southern California’s GamePipe Laboratory is part of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering and one of the leading game development degree programs in the United States. Each academic year, senior undergraduate students and master students from the GamePipe program participate in a cross-discipline collaboration with students in the USC School of Cinematic Arts’ Interactive Media program to deliver faculty-approved projects from concept to a highly polished game.