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How to Adapt to Screen Size

Luke W. shows how to avoid having to design for countless sizes – this is so much easier.

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Intel® XDK Update for December 2016

Happy Holidays Intel® XDK customers and Happy New Year in advance!   In the spirit of the holiday season, we are bringing you some new IoT features.   We have added support for additional IoT platforms. In this release, Intel® XDK now supports Intel® Joule™ Module running Ubuntu* Linux* Desktop....

Release Notes

Supported Systems: For a full list of systems supported by the Intel® XDK please review Intel XDK Supported Systems. Intel® XDK - Release - 2016 December 12, v3759  Our automatic updater will notify existing Intel XDK users when the update is available within the Intel XDK. Updates will be...

Top Intel® Software Innovators of 2016

The Intel® Software Innovator program has been very active for 2016 with growing support for developers in North America, Brazil, Europe, India, Asia Pacific, and China. The program supports innovative, independent developers who excel at creating and demonstrating forward-looking projects by...

SOME METHODOLOGIES TO OPTIMIZE YOUR VR APPLICATIONS POWER ON INTEL® PLATFORM

As VR becomes a popular consumer product, more and more VR contents come out. From recent investment, lots of users love VR devices without wires, like AIO devices or Mobile devices. For these devices, it is not charging during playing so developers need to take special care of application power....

What is the Intel® Software Innovator Program? A Quick Look

Intel® Software Innovator Program Did you know that Intel® offers a program specifically designed to support independent developers in using the latest technology and open source software to bring their ideas to life? Intel created this program in order to build relationships with software...

App Designer Videos

Added 10/13/16

IMPORTANT: At this time there is only one "non-deprecated" UI framework supported for the creation of new App Designer projects (Twitter Bootstrap). Existing applications that were created using a deprecated UI framework can continue to be modified with the App Designer UI editor; however, they...

How to use Intel® Energy Profiler in Intel® System Studio

Introduction Intel® Energy Profiler is a feature of Intel® VTune™ Amplifier for Systems, a component in Intel® System Studio that provides visualization and analysis capabilities for data imported from SoC Watch and other collectors. It uses the Intel® SoC Watch command-line tool to collect...

Summary

Added 09/06/16

key tutorial take-away points You have completed the Analyzing Energy Usage tutorial. Here are some important things to remember when using the Intel® VTune™ Amplifier for Systems to analyze energy usage on a target system: Step Tutorial Recap Key Tutorial Take-aways 1. Access the...

Legal Information

Added 09/06/16

No license (express or implied, by estoppel or otherwise) to any intellectual property rights is granted by this document. Intel disclaims all express and implied warranties, including without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-...

Open Results on the Host System

Added 09/06/16

Copy the results to the Linux OS host system and import to Intel® VTune™ Amplifier for Systems. When the energy analysis is complete, copy the result files to your Linux* host system and import the *.pwr result file to Intel® VTune™ Amplifier for Systems. VTune Amplifier opens the collected...