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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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Multi-OS Engine of Intel® INDE – Technical Overview

You would have probably known why the Multi-OS Engine of Intel® INDE would address your cross platform needs through this blog. This blog articulates how your Java skills and Java skills only will enable you to develop native apps for iOS* and Android*. We are going to discuss Introduction to...

Using OpenCL™ 2.0 Read-Write Images

Acknowledgements We want to thank Javier Martinez, Kevin Patel, and Tejas Budukh for their help in reviewing this article and the associated sample. Introduction Prior to OpenCL™ 2.0, there was no ability to read and write to an image within the same kernel. Images could always be declared as a...

Intel® Selfie App for Android* Privacy Notice

Added 07/27/15

The providing of your email address is optional. If you choose to receive additional information from Intel your email address will be used to keep you informed on activities that pertain to the Intel® Developer Zone. Your email address may also be used to notify you in the event that you win a...

You Can Join Selected IDF Sessions From Wherever You Are!

Added 07/22/15

IDF Date: Aug 18 - Aug 20, 2015 Can’t attend IDF in person this year?  We have you covered.  Selected software sessions will be webcasted which will give you the opportunity to join our experts live.  See the schedule below and register now:   Cross-Platform Mobile App Development With Native...

Why #AWE2015 Was AWEsome!

I'm a geek. And like most geeks, there are few things we enjoy more than getting to take a little peek into the future. In the realm of trade shows, few shows provide a better preview as to what is coming from over the horizon than Augmented World Expo. Key among the reasons for this is that the...

A quick peek at hardware-accelerated Android* emulation, using Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM)

Hey Android app developers, do you ever feel like the Android Emulator in the Android SDK is really slow?  Do you feel forced to test your apps on a real device?  What if no device is at hand when you need it and you really want to test your app on different form factors?  Do you totally hate the...

Women in Technology in México and Argentina

As part of its efforts to encourage women's involvement in technology, Intel® Software is executing a series of Android* training events dedicated entirely to women. Influencing the ecosystem is core to the Software and Services Group (SSG). So it makes sense to leverage that influence and the...

Using Absolute Positioning and Rest of Space in App Designer

The Intel® XDK App Designer supports a number of UI frameworks and a number of layout controls, as described in Using Layout Controls in App Designer. This topic describes: Feature Description Using Absolute Positioning Provides the ability to position a control absolutely within a row or...

Using Layout Controls in App Designer

Layout controls help you lay out your app. Most layout controls contain other controls, including other Layout controls. The Intel® XDK App Designer supports a number of UI frameworks, and UI frameworks generally do not support the same set of controls. This topic describes layout controls...

Android Wear Overview

Wearable are one of the latest and most interesting trends in computing technology. This video describes the concept and features of the Android* Wear operating system, which is specifically designed for smart watches and other wearable devices.For More Information, Please read my article...

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