While browsing the AppUp developer resources, i could not find any information regarding Multiplayer/Online-features. How am i supposed to port those features like -Matchmaking -Online-Highscores -Online-Achievements of an iOS-game, that have been originally implemented with GameCenter? On iOS, all of this is already available with GameCenter and accessed through the highlevel GameKit-framework. Is there any equivalent service for the AppUp-platform? Thanks, Florian
how to port a symbian application to i-phone??? do you have some plug-in to do that??? And do i have to nokia if i port the application from symbian to i-phone?????
I have been working on an iPhone porting project for a number of months and the offer of funding has been suddenly withdrawn. My contact at Intel UK has not acknowledged or responded to my recent emails. Is anyone else experiencing similar problems, particularly with the sudden withdrawal of funding? Disgraceful behaviour. What is going on? Contact me directly at infoATtapmedia.co.uk if preferred. Tony
Iphone porting is an exciting prospect and one I would love to get my developers involved in. I have readd some news this week concerning new developments with AppUp. The rumour - Intel is creating a tool that will make it easier for developers to convert iPhone applications to Intel-based smartphones, tablets and other devices, media outlets reported this week. PC World wrote that the tool “could provide a simple way to port applications to MeeGo” and “increase the number of applications available” on AppUp.
When porting from a hand held mobile device such as the iPhone there are many aspects of the netbook platform that may leverage, quite notably the CPU. Many of these opportunities are easy to spot while others require a little architectural consideration to take advantage of. This article aims to expose some important areas to consider when it comes to taking advantage of the ATOM CPU's performance and how your application can benefit. Article: ATOM Processor Considerations
Are you about to beging your iPhone to Netbook porting efforts? Pause for a moment to consider a few key aspects that will increase your return. Before you put the first line of code down, take a peek at this simple iPhone porting checklist. Investing a little more time up front could pay dividends in your completed netbook application. Even if you are some weeks away from beginning, there is plenty you can do now to ensure a smooth and rewarding porting experience.
Does your iPhone application require location services? Your application uses location services and the iPhones GPS has become a dependency. Let's look at how we can solve for this requirement when porting our application to the netbook platform. The lack of GPS hardware on certain netbook models is not a show stopper in many cases. Article: Moving from GPS to Geolocation
Now that you are ready to take advantage of the Netbook platform, you are likely considering how porting will impact your iPhone applications usability. An analysis of how your application is going to look and behave on the netbook platform ois an invaluable step that shouldn't be overlooked. You will discover key differences in the two platforms (iPhone & Netbook) which may change your porting plans for the better. Take advantage of the many benefits offered by this platform by leveraging an increased screen size and diverse hardware profile.
We have pulled together a number of articles, blog posts, porting paths, porting methods and sample coding techniques to a single Porting Resource page on this site. This is a good place to start as you consider your options and path for porting your application. http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/porting Sample content in the Porting Resource area.
We provided an overview of various porting paths from iPhone to AppUp in the following document. http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/iphone-netbook-porting-technical-guide Additionally in this article you will find code samples of a sample iPhone application we have ported to AppUp using C# We recommend reviewing this article to get familiar with effective codeing techniques for porting an application.