Augmented Reality is a technology to add digital information layer on top of user's view of real world, this article shows how to create a simple augmented reality app with HTML5 using Intel XDK.
The app is developed with HTML5 and uses Cordova* APIs to access device's compass, accelerometer and geolocation information. It also uses Augmented Reality mode intel.xdk API to overlay HTML information on top of a Camera view.
With its roots in a 2009 event, PennApps is one of the best established Major League Hackathons. Combining with the hardware-focused “PennHacks” brought a wide spectrum of hardware and software innovations. The weather around Philadelphia at this time (February 14-16) was vicious, cutting the number of participa
In the Intel® XDK development environment, once you have completed testing your app using the Test tab and App Previewer on your device, head over to the Build tab to make packages suitable for submitting to a variety of app stores. There are two separate types of app builds available on this page:
- Use "Build a Mobile App" to create a native app suitable for running offline on the particular mobile device.
This tutorial shows you, the developer, how to build your application written using the Intel® XDK and generate a Google Chrome* web application, and then successfully publish it to the Google Chrome Web Store*.
Building a Google* Chrome Web Binary
Use the Intel XDK development environment to develop, debug, and test your project's app. After you successfully test your app using the Test tab in the Intel XDK and App Preview on your device(s):
This document shows you, the developer, how to take your application written using the Intel® XDK and generate a Microsoft Windows Phone 8* package for testing and submission to the Microsoft Phone* Store.