É com imensa satisfação que anuncio a criação da comunidade de desenvolvimento de apps com HTML5 no Intel Developer Zone, com todo o conteúdo disponibilizado em Português.
Since I work quite a bit with HTML5 I decided to write about it whenever I discover a feature that I think is quite neat. So this blog post is about “Offline Web Applications”. This is based on the functionality described here: http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/multipage/offline.html. If you take a look at it you’ll find that this is rather cryptic and dry. So here is a short step by step description on how this works.
Some people like to get a head start on their 2013 predictions and get a jump on the rest of us. (Ok.. I'll admit... I'm a ~month late!) So here's my gift to you. I'll go wayyy out on a limb & do some 2014 predictions.
The time when programmers did their best to minimize an application code size have gone. The root cause is in significantly increased memory and hard drive sizes on PCs during past several years. The only exceptions are programmers writing code for embedded systems. They usually have tasks like: “You need to develop the particular algorithm. Your program should fit N bytes and use not more than N bytes of memory”. Today phones and tablets move programmers “back to the future”?
The Intel® Instrumentation and Tracing Technology (Intel® ITT) API enables your application to generate and
control the collection of trace data during its execution.
Intel ITT API that is described in this article is intended for use with Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE. Intel ITT API provides the following capabilities:
Last night I released a new version of the OpenDTK v1.13. For people using Commander often, you will notice the auto-update system will pop-up on it's own. In this version, I added support for performing hardware KVM sessions using any VNC client to the Intel AMT redirection port. Ok, so this probably needs a bit of explaining.