A version of this article was originally published as part of the Intel® XDK documentation book.
This document assumes that you have successfully exported your Intel XDK project using the Cordova Build Package export tool. For instructions on how to export your project, see the doc page titled Export your Intel® XDK Mobile App to PhoneGap* Build or Cordova* CLI.
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The Intel® XDK provides a cross-development environment for creating Node.js* IoT applications that run on headless embedded Linux* systems. The tools used to assemble this environment within the Intel® XDK are standard open-source tools. This article provides a starting point for assembling a similar set of tools for developing Node.js applications on headless IoT Linux devices.
Intel® XDK IoT Development Components
That part of the Intel® XDK that supports IoT application development includes the following key functional elements: