As shown in The Device Emulator GUI, the Device Emulator provides a series of palettes, each of which controls some aspect of the virtual environment. The palettes are divided into two accordion-style columns, one on the left and one on the right of the virtual device.
After you have configured the Device Emulator environment, you can test the various features provided by your app's APIs, including on-board device sensors, push messages, app update, and firing events.
The Device Emulator will support the use of Apache Cordova* 2.x APIs and Intel XDK library APIs, including App Framework and the App Games Interfaces (AGI).
After you complete testing using the device emulator and are satisfied with your app's quality, the next step is to test the app using the actual device(s) it will support. Before you push your app to the server, log into your Intel XDK account.
For the latest information, please read the instructions on the TEST tab to sync your app with the testing server.
For each mobile device:
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