Android* developers can benefit from one or more of the tools that Intel offers.
Peach Pellen Chief Technology Officer at Platino
Learn about Beacon Mountain - Intel's development environment for creating applications for Intel® Atom™ and ARM*-based devices running Android* operating systems.
The Android* NDK (Native Development Kit) is a set of tools that allows you to use native languages like C or C++ to implement parts of your application.
This video shows how you can deploy an Android* X86 application onto an Intel® emulator. Learn more on the Intel® Developer Zone for Android
This video shows you how to deploy your application to an Intel® device. Learn more on the Intel® Developer Zone for Android
What is inside a package for an NDK application on Android This video talks about the differnece between fat & thin binaries.
Xavier introduces us to the Android Native Development Kit (NDK), the official component you can use to integrate C/C++ into Android applications.