Yesterday, we got our first look at developers who will be showcased at Mobile World Congress, happening next week, February 24-27. Thousands of technologically minded people from all around the world will be congregating in Barcelona, Spain for this event.
Project Anarchy 是面向 iOS、Android （包括 X-86） 和 Tizen 的一款免费移动游戏引擎。 它包括 Havok 视觉引擎以及 Havok 物理引擎、Havok Animation Studio 和 Havok AI。 它包括可扩展的 C++ 架构、优化的移动渲染、灵活的资产管理系统和 Lua 脚本与调试。 此外，Project Anarchy 网站上还有包含完整游戏示例的 SDK 和大量课件，支持游戏开发人员快速开始使用引擎提高速度和实现游戏创意。
在 iOS、Android (including X-86) 和 Tizen 上免费随附，包括 Havok 视觉引擎，并能够在上古卷轴®、光晕®、刺客信条®、神秘海域™ 和 Skylanders™ 等尖端游戏中使用业内领先的 Havok 物理、动画和 AI 工具。
Developer Adarsh Uppula graciously gave us a few minutes of his time this week to talk about his development background, his current app projects, and his thoughts on the software development landscape. He recently won first place win for Best New App at the Intel CodeFest for Android in November 2013, which you can read about here.
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Busy developer Stan Bogdanov graciously gave us a few minutes of his time this week to talk about his development background, his current app projects, and his thoughts on the software development landscape, and other interesting tidbits (like how he hacked his way into his mom’s work computer as a young lad!). Without further ado, here’s our interview.
For firmware, OS level system and device driver debug, using a JTAG interface is the most commonly used method in the embedded intelligent systems world. The same is also true in the mobile device space. This article covers the use of the XDB Intel(R) JTAG Debugger for system software stack debug on Android* based IA-32 and Intel(R) 64 devices.
Appthwack is a cloud based real device testing website. This website allows you to test your Android, iOS and Web applications on the real device over cloud. Which means, you can do test your app on actual devices without owning a single device. For that you need to upload your package file to appthwack cloud system. They charge their customers based on number of device minutes/month. However, for Intel Android devices, this testing is absolutely free.
Android developers who want to have their apps discovered more effectively in Google Play will be glad to know that the curation team behind the popular app store have basically the same goals in mind. A recent video from Koh Kim and Dan Galpin, both who work as developer advocates for Google, talked about several ways that developers can make their apps more accessible and engaging to users, thereby increasing installs, revenue, and authority.