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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 Webinar Series - Android con Intel

  Lo scorso Autunno (ed in particolare il mese di Novembre) è stato un periodo molto intenso e ricco di eventi per gli Intel Software Innovator italiani; infatti si sono tenuti ben 4 webinar sul mondo dello sviluppo di applicazioni per dispositivi Android che montano processori Intel.   I...

Android Apps For The Intel Platform Learning Series:NDK and C/C++ Optimization

This chapter introduces the Android NDK for C/C++ application development, along with related optimization methods, and optimization tools. Because Java is the recommended application development language for Android developers, the optimization tools presented in previous chapter were mainly for...

Intel® Camera Info Sample Application

CameraInfo.zip (33.48 KB)  Download Now This sample application enumerates the cameras on a mobile device and queries each one for its hardware capabilities and current state.  The results are displayed in a scrollable list.  The sample application uses Java and the Android KitKat API. Below is...

How to Make a Mobile Virtual Pet Game with HTML5 and Cordova

Added 01/15/15

In the busy world we live in, most people don’t have the time to take care of pets anymore, so virtual pets were invented. Virtual pets are computer programs that simulate the interaction with a real pet, so that you can have a play with them and keep them healthy and strong. Given their...

Building Applications for Google Glass*

Glass* wearable computing devices from Google (Figure 1) are head-mounted optical displays. Manufactured by Foxconn and built by Google, Glass runs Android* 4.4x with a dual-core SoC. Figure 1. By Danlev (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia...

Connecting to Intel® Edison from Android* with Bluetooth* LE (BLE)

Introduction Bluetooth* LE (BLE) communication use is exploding both in commercial products and hobby applications, mainly due to its low-cost and low-power requirements. This makes it an excellent choice when you want to communicate from your Android* phone or tablet to your Intel® Edison or...

Using the Audio Jack as Data Interface on Android* Systems

Overview As one of the interfaces on mobile devices and tablets, the key function of the audio jack is to play music. However, its other usage cannot be ignored—the audio jack can also be used to transmit data. More usages of the audio jack to connect devices are being developed all the time....

Getting Started with OpenCL™ Code Builder

About this Document The intention of this guide is to provide quick steps to create, build, debug, and analyze OpenCL™ applications with the OpenCL™ Code Builder, a part of Intel® Integrated Native Development Environment (Intel® INDE) Intel® INDE provides integrated development environment for...

Android Apps For The Intel Platform Learning Series:Performance Optimization for Android Applications on x86

Performance optimization is one of the most important goals every application developer wants to pursue. Android is a resource-limited system, and it therefore requires very strict resource utilization. Compared with a desktop system, performance optimization for Android applications is far more...

Creating multi-platform games with Cocos2d-x version 3.0 or later

Download Document In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a simple game using the Cocos2d-x framework, version 3.0 or later, in a Windows* development environment and how to compile it to run on Windows and Android*. What is Cocos2d-x? Cocos2d-x is a cross-platform framework for games (and...

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