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Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series: The Android OS for Intel Architecture

At the heart of all compute devices is the operating system, or OS. Development and execution of application software are based on the OS and the software platform as a whole. In this chapter, you learn about the Android OS for Intel Architecture—the recommended software platform for Intel Atom-...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series:Real Device Environment Installation

So far, you have completed installing the development environment for an emulator target machine. But if your target machine is a real device (for example, a mobile phone or a tablet with the Intel Inside logo), you need to install and configure the development environment for it. This chapter...

Embracing the New Android* App Development Environment – Android* Studio (Beta)

Abstract This article introduces Android* Studio (Beta), the new Android* integrated development environment (IDE), which will eventually replace the Eclipse* ADT* Bundle. As a use case, this article discusses the flow of moving an Android project currently developed using Eclipse ADT to using...

AnDevCon San Francisco 2014

Event Overview Intel® Software made an impression on android software developers in San Francisco with its premier sponsorship of AnDevCon – The Android Developers Conference – held on November 19-21 at the Hyatt Burlingame.  AnDevCon lays claim to the biggest, most info-packed, practical...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series: Development Processes and Tool Chains for IA

The chapter 3 introduces Android† application development on Intel hardware platforms. Developing Android system applications requires some special development, debugging, and performance analysis tools, and the development environment and object formats are different from those of general-purpose...

Editor's App Picks Sept/Oct.2014: Monkeys, Zombies, and Snowmen

Here at the Intel Developer Zone, we’ve launched an exciting platform called the "Share Your App Project”, a great way for interested developers to share what they’re working on with the greater developer community. Every month, we plan to recognize a few apps for innovation, creativity, and...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series : Intel Embedded Systems

Go to previous blog:Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series : Introduction to Embedded Systems The 2nd chapter of this book discusses Intel Atom processor. Application developers on general-purpose computers can often ignore the hardware and focus completely on their software because...

Integrating the Intel(R) C++ Compiler for Android* with multiple Android NDKs

The Intel(R) C++ Compiler for Android* supports multiple Android NDKs usually (please check the product release notes for details). The Intel C++ Compiler is integrated into one Android NDK specified during installation just like before. If there are multiple Android NDK installed, the script tool...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series : Introduction to Embedded Systems

In my previous blog, I noted that the new book “Android* Application Development for the Intel® Platform” is available for ordering  and downloading at Amazon or Apress.  It provides a lot of information in its 520 pages.  Currently the Kindle version of the book is still free on Amazon, and direct...

Intel WiDi - Wireless Display Technologies for Developers

By Paul Ferrill and Steve Barile Download PDF Using more than one screen is becoming commonplace for watching videos, playing games, sharing pictures, and even business uses, including Microsoft PowerPoint* presentations. But how users access that second screen varies by device and operating...

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