Communication between mobile devices is getting increasingly popular, and more people are expecting user-to-user interaction anytime, anywhere.
The Intel® Common Connectivity Framework SDK was created for App developers to more easily connect multiple devices peer-to-peer, across operating systems.
The constant growth in popularity of wireless systems has prompted developers to think more seriously about the usage of wireless apps.
Intel® Common Connectivity Framework (Intel® CCF) is a framework designed to simplify the peer-to-peer connection between users on different devices.
I’m Lamija Tupo, a student from Sarajevo, and I’m a summer student in CERN as part of CERN Openlab.
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