I would like to announce a new way in which you can try new features with the Intel® XDK without perturbing the stability and productivity that you enjoy with it – the Intel® XDK Early
Organizers: David Blyth, Hong Jiang, Geoff Lowney, Ken Lueh, CK Luk (all from Intel)
Until now development of applications with audio and video required background knowledge of different SDKs and APIs, whether you wanted to create a workload for Windows* or Android* or for either p
SoCWatch Sample is a simple numerical computation of Pi designed to demonstrate the impact of CPU operations on the power and energy of any Windows* system.
Luke W takes us through how to avoid having to design for the 4,726 (est.) different screen sizes currently available – this is so much easier
Learn how to develop new interfaces that take advantage of where a computer is and how it used. Learn more about Designing with device motion at the UX Zone on IDZ http://software.intel.com/ux
Luke Wroblewski gives some great tips on how to design screens for the ever-increasing number of aspect ratios.
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