As we ramp up Ultrabook™ devices worldwide and prepare for the launch of Windows* 8, I set about learning what the best resources are for creating compelling applications for these latest technologies. While there is plenty of documentation and resources for developing for the Windows 8 UI, there are thousands of Windows 7 applications that are fully compatible with Windows 8 Desktop. In this article, I show you how to use touch capabilities in your software. And if you're like me, new to XAML/C#, you will find some useful resources to get started.
One of the great features in Intel® VTune™ Amplifier is the use of the event monitoring registers built into Intel processors. These can give us important insights into what is really happening on a system. The event monitoring allows the profiling of code in terms of what causes caches misses, unaligned memory accesses, denormalized numeric computations and hundred of other types of processor and memory activity.
Através do Intel Mobile App Showcase (http://software.intel.com/pams/ubappshowcase/) os desenvolvedores do Brasil têm mais uma ferramenta para demonstrar seus softwares inovadores e aplicativos móveis com processador Intel para o mercado mundial.
Ultrabook™ is a growing platform in the industry. As consumer demand fast and lightweight PC, Intel will be pushing brand new devices.
We recently presented an Ultrabook™ app lab, where we described the new features such as touch screen, improved CPU, better battery, and new integrated sensors. The demos are specifically designed for Windows* 8.
Below are the technical collateral that were presented.
This article is a detailed guide on how to implement sensors on an Ultrabook® running Windows 8. There are many sensors on the Ultrabook®, but this demo will only use the accelerometer. The article will be using a demo application to help explain the details. To fully comprehend this article, please review the requirements before continuing.
Intel® Inspector XE 2013
The Intel® Inspector XE 2013 helps developers identify and resolve memory and threading correctness issues in their C, C++ and Fortran programs.
New for Update 1!
· Enhanced Microsoft Visual Studio* 2012 debugger support, recommended update for customers seeking to use debugger integration with the released version of Microsoft Visual Studio* 2012.
The Windows* Runtime API, also called WinRT, is the new core API for Windows 8* Store apps. It exposes all the full new Windows 8* features to developers, in an object-oriented and efficient way.