Consider the following scenario: You have taken your previously well running application and added the ATOM SDK. Now you can no longer compile your application, and you have no idea why. You may have compiler, linker errors or both. This is a common situation that both new and seasoned developers get into while working with the ATOM SDK. I am going to give you a few solutions to the most common errors I have seen other developers encounter. For the purpose of simplicity in this post I assume the developer is using Visual Studio 2008 C++ (Currently approved by Intel).
Since my last blog on the Intel Software Network I have thought about the kinds of applications I would like to see in the AppUp store. - One of my favorite apps that I use on my iphone is called LoseIt . It tracks the calories in (eating) and out (exercise) as well as the amount of calories burned each day vs. a weekly goal of weigh management (you can use it to gain weight as well I suppose).
1月7日，Beta版的Intel® AppUpSM Center正式上线，随之一同发布的还有一款上网本客户端软件，通过这款客户端，用户可以方便的浏览、搜索、购买和下载应用程序商店中的软件，并且可以管理已下载的软件，对已下载的软件进行评分和发表评论。不过目前暂时只有针对Windows操作系统的客户端，且该服务目前暂时只针对美国和加拿大用户开放。
AppUpSM的正式上线标志着Intel的应用程序商店已具雏形：开发者可以通过Intel® Atom™ Developer Program提交所开发的应用程序，如果该程序通过了审核验证，那么最终用户可以通过Intel® AppUpSM Center的客户端看到这款软件，并且能购买与下载安装。
Hi - First an introduction. I'm the engineering manager for the backend business systems for the Intel AppUp® center beta. I've been seeing a number of questions on why does the store requires credit cards and wanted to give you our reasoning. As with any beta, we are interested in feedback and will be adjusting the final product. A. Location verification We have separate stores by location. For example, customers in Canada will see a subset of the applications available in the other regions.
I like to introduce myself, since this is my first blog here on ISN...
My name is Uli Dumschat and I am responsible for the Product Marketing for the new "Intel® Atom™ processor" Tools, and I am glad to introduce them here briefly and get more in touch with you over the time.
We got just recently 2 new suites ready for SW developers who are always looking for more app performance, and appropriate tools to support kernel debugging for Moblin™/Intel® Atom™ processor powered devices.
So you want to develop a lean and responsive application for the Netbook? If you are like most developers, form and function come first followed by application performance (Alright, some of us give consideration along the way as well). Considering that as ATOM developers we are working with an amazing platform, we must also recognize that we are working with a finite amount of hardware resources. The less CPU cycles we utilize to perform a particular function, the better the user experience will be in terms of speed and reaction time.
With great excitement I would like to announce that the Intel AppUp Center Beta is now available for download at www.intelappup.com. This netbook application store could not have been made available without the hard work and dedication of our Intel® Atom™ Developer Program members. The Intel AppUp Center opened with strong assortment of applications and a large pipeline of applications to come, thanks to the developers and members of the Intel Atom Developer Program.
When submitting our entries via the dashboard a store icon is required. Now some of us have graphics artists on hand, box art, branding guidelines and the like. For everyone else, there is an easy and free way to create a decent looking icon. Being that this is a subjective portion of the ATOM entry process I encourage you to deviate from this simple example.
One question that is frequently asked in our community is: "How do I compile a standard win32 project which incorporates the ATOM SDK?" Since I use Visual Studio 2008 my basis for explaining this process will assume the reader is also using Visual Studio 2008, although the same concepts are easily adapted to your development environment of choice. The steps below are a quick guide to getting your win32 application up and running with the ATOM SDK.