The new Intel® HTML5 Development Environment gives developers a framework of tools that enables them to create apps faster and more efficiently than with basic HTML5. In the process, Intel is spurring the HTML5 market, which spans everything from phones to cars to notebooks.
As portable devices trend toward smaller, more powerful platforms, consumers are moving between multiple devices throughout the day to access digital content, and they want this content delivered seamlessly across multiple screens and platforms. Learn how consumer multi-screen behavior and advanced technologies such as the cloud, 4G wireless technologies, HTML5, and global access to apps are creating exciting new opportunities—and challenges—for app developers.
Built on open web technologies and W3C standards, HTML5 gives developers the freedom, power, and choice to create incredible experiences at a lower cost. Learn why Intel believes open technologies are the drivers of tomorrow’s innovation.
Developers are increasingly adopting the responsive web design (RWD) approach to satisfy the needs of web site owners looking for the most efficient way to manage and deliver their content, while providing consumers with a seamless online experience across their multiple connected devices. The future is responsive.
Explore the latest on parallel coding, from multithreading to HPC, with the new issue of The Parallel Universe Magazine #13. Get insights, coding models, and strategies to shift your programming to a new gear.
Need app development advice for the Microsoft Windows* Store? Chaotic Moon reveals their resources, defines the “app contract” feature, and describes the challenges they faced (and how they resolved them) while coding the Intel® Software Adrenaline app for Intel.
Get a glimpse into the growing effort to create touch-based apps that are easy to use and enjoy. The Nest* organizer tool and the Krita* art app demonstrate how developers can take products in new directions by adapting to the PC-friendly environment.
Learn new defenses for HTML5-based apps, services and supporting platforms. HTML5's rich cross-platform user experience requires tight OS and browser protections, so use these standards, conventions, and best practices to address the risks.
The future of innovation is wide open, and we’re showcasing the possibilities at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Your software can change the world and IDF is our opportunity to display the technologies that will help you do it.
In theory, HTML5 is a developer’s dream, reducing costs, leveling the playing field and, for app and game studios in particular, opening the floodgates to a wealth of new potential development talent. But in practice, as is often the case when disruptive new technologies enter the marketplace, the road ahead for HTML5 has some twists and turns.
Developing cross-OS, cross-device applications has been a challenging problem for many years. HTML5 promises to improve the customer appeal of browser/web runtime solutions, and PhoneGap is one important piece of this puzzle.