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Web Services Overview from Intel® XDK Documentation

This topic describes the web services feature of the Develop tab where you can explore a collection of third-party web service APIs (cloud services). In addition to the listed web services, you can integrate other existing web services into the Intel XDK, such as those developed specifically for your app.

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 02:00
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Web Services from Intel® XDK Documentation

This topic describes the Develop tab where you can explore a collection of third-party web service APIs (cloud services). In addition to the listed web services, you can integrate other existing web services into the Intel XDK, such as those developed specifically for your app.

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 01:58
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Using OAuth2 Authentication from Intel® XDK Documentation

Some web services included with the Intel XDK need OAuth 2.0 authentication. To use such web services, you need to obtain an access token using one of three functions provided by the Intel® XDK described by this topic.

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 02:02
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Intel® MKL Automatic Offload enabled functions for Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors

Intel® MKL now has support for Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor based on the Intel® Many Integrated Core Architecture (Intel® MIC Architecture) on Linux* and Windows* OS.

Authored by Sridevi (Intel) Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 01:56
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Chrome OS* Build Tutorial from Intel® XDK Documentation

Describes the steps needed to build and deploy an Google Chrome OS* packaged binary. In the Projects tab, choose this build target under Web and Packaged App Targets. You initiate Chrome OS builds using the Build tab. Generally used only for Standard HTML5 project types (for an HTML5+Cordova project, use feature detection code),

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 01:56
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Using AdMob* Cordova* Plugins from Intel® XDK Documentation

In addition to direct paid app revenue, apps can access Cordova* plugins to integrate ads such as AdMob* banner and interstitial ads to generate revenues. This topic describes how to use the Google Admob* plugin, including how to specify it using the Projects tab.

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 02:04
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Build Tab Overview from Intel® XDK Documentation

After you complete debugging and testing your HTML5 app, use the Intel® XDK server-based build system to package your app. Choose build target platforms and initiate builds from the Build tab to make bundles you can submit to a variety of app stores. There are two types of build groups where each supports different runtime containers: Apache Cordova* or Web Apps. For Cordova apps, specify...

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 01:54
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float3 value in struct is reversed when sending to kernel inside structure

OpenCL 1.2.

I have this struct on host side

Authored by mikhail v. Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 01:47
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Build and Publish Tabs from Intel® XDK Documentation

Use the Build tab to choose platforms and initiate builds to make binary bundles you can submit to a variety of app stores. Types of build groups support different runtime containers: Cordova (5.x) or Web Apps. After a successful build, you can use the Publish tab to help you collect and save publishing information (graphics and text) needed for app store submission. After you log into each...

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 01:46
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Debug Tab from Intel® XDK Documentation

After you configure your mobile device, you can connect a supported mobile device to your development system with a USB cable. The Debug tab provides remote on-device debugging of HTML5 code using the Google Chrome* Developer Tools (CDT) to provide full JavaScript* debugging with breakpoints and profiling.

Last updated on 08/24/2016 - 01:42
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