Describes important concepts needed to use the Projects tab. It explains Intel® XDK project types, viewing project root and source directories, and how to choose Cordova* plug-ins, build settings, and launch icons/splash screens. It also describes how to enable or disable platform targets in the Projects and Build tabs, and how to upgrade a Standard HTML5 project to an HTML5+Cordova project type.
Use the Intel® XDK Projects tab to choose the active project, create and manage projects, and import app files as a project. The Intel XDK supports several project types: Standard HTML5, HTML5 plus Cordova support, and Internet of Things with node.js (IoT Edition only).
This topic shows how to use the Projects tab to create a new Intel® XDK project using choosing a template or sample demo, or by importing an app's HTML5 code base. It provides instructions to select the active project, open a project not listed in the Projects tab, and move a project's files to a different directory or development system.
A Intel Software Brasil realizou nos dias 12 e 13 de Junho de 2015 o Intel Software Day 2015. Nesta edição o evento mudou de ares e foi realizado em Salvador, sendo recepcionado pelo Senai - Cimatec e sua excelente infra estrutura.
Durante o evento foram realizadas cinco trilhas de palestras com foco em Android, RealSense/Windows, IoT, HPC e Startups com profissionais de alto nível, além de apresentações de demos e muito networking entre os participantes.
Chrome* Apps can run on any platform where Chrome is available, which covers almost all of the desktop platforms out there.
Over the past several months we have been busy focusing on quality and security improvements in the Intel® XDK, and changing our User Forums and sign-on over to use Intel’s standard infrastructure. This month, though, we are releasing a few new features in the Intel XDK to help shore up a few things.
I've create an Android benchmark to evaluate CPU performance.
It can run both in 32-bit and 64-bit using SSE2 (higher SSE currently not supported in NDK).
Can anybody test this on a Intel 64 bit device ?
Infact I worder if there are any devices around that run Lolipop 64 bit yet.
Use the Intel Development Kit for IoT (IoTDK) to create and test applications for Intel IoT platforms, such as the Intel® Galileo and Edison maker boards. The IoTDK includes the Intel XDK IoT Edition and other software.