The Intel XDK Develop tab provides a built-in code editor and App Designer GUI editor, lists your project files and lets you explore web services, preview live source changes, and manage game assets. This topic summarizes the Develop tab features and provides links to detailed topics.
The code editor built into the Develop tab is based on Brackets* project. This topic introduces you to the code editor's GUI and daily tasks like opening, saving, and adding files, using the file tree, using split-screen viewing, customizing the editor and installing Brackets extensions. It also describes using autocompletion hints, multiple cursors, and keyboard short cuts.
The Intel XDK Develop tab provides a built-in code editor and App Designer GUI editor. It also lists your project files and lets you explore web services, preview live source changes, and manage game assets. Intel XDK tools automatically detect when project files are saved, so you can use an external editor.This topic summarizes Develop tab features and provides links to related topics.
Adding Intel® XDK Cordova Special Build Options Using the Additions File from Intel® XDK Documentation
Specify Cordova* options for your app using the Intel XDK Projects tab. Use an Intel XDK additions file to provide additional Cordova config.xml options, override the behavior of a specific special option that is auto-generated or cannot be specified using the Projects tab.
If you have been using the intel.xdk legacy APIs we strongly encourage you to rewrite your application to use the standard Cordova plugins or an appropriate third-party Cordova plugin. These intel.xdk legacy plugins are no longer receiving priority support nor are they being enhanced.
Intel® System Studio Eclipse* Integration User's Guide