Recently we posted the “Windows* 8 Tutorial: Writing a Multithreaded Application for the Windows Store* using Intel® Threading Building Blocks”. There we stated that the parallel calculation engine can be ported easily to other mobile or desktop platforms. Android is a good example of such a mobile platform.
This article takes a look at the various ways custom graphs and charts are used in iOS* to create rich enterprise healthcare applications and how these same custom graphics can be created in an equivalent Windows* 8 Store app experience. An example written in C# and XAML will be used to illustrate the steps needed to create a chart in a Windows 8 Store app.
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This article discusses porting advanced user interface features from an iOS app to a Windows Store app. We use an electronic medical record (EMR) application for this case study.
This paper introduces detailed methods for developing and porting an Android application on the Intel Atom platform, and discusses the best known methods for developing applications using the Android Native Development Kit (NDK) and optimizing performance. Android developers can use this document as a reference to build high quality applications for the Intel Architecture.
1. Android Application Classification
Android applications can be classified into two types as shown in Figure 1.
This article is a beginner’s introduction to creating native (NDK based) Android* applications for Intel® architecture (IA) based devices. We will also discuss porting NDK Android apps to IA based devices that were created for other architecture based devices. We will walk through two scenarios, one to demonstrate the process of creating basic NDK based Android* App from start to finish, and another to showcase a simple process of porting an existing NDK based Android App to use IA based devices.
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