Greetings! This month we don’t have many new features to talk about – we’ve mostly been focusing on bug-fixing, security, and some usability improvement. More on those in a minute. There are a couple of newsworthy things, though:
Seit 2009 halte ich regelmäßig Entwickler-Roadshows. Auch dieses Jahr und Anfang 2015 möchte ich die Community in Deutschland, Österreich und in der Schweiz mit einer kostenfreien Roadshow zum Thema „Cross Plattform Entwicklung“ unterstützen.
This tutorial outlines the steps needed to build the Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE) Media for Mobile cross-platform Qt* Sample.
The source code for these templates can be found here: https://github.com/gomobile/iotapp-local-temperature or download the Intel® XDK IoT Edition to check out all the node.js IoT application templates and samples plus HTML5 companion apps.
The source code for these samples can be found here: https://github.com/gomobile/sample-url-app, https://github.com/gomobile/sample-live-video-streams, https://github.com/gomobile/sample-audio-player or download the
I'm always baffled by double standards; and with what's occurred in the Console industry over the past few years has been no exception.
Typically I'd make a comparison between the Console and PC gaming markets but this time around will forego that to keep this topic a bit more focused and succinct. So what am I referring to? In short: there's been a pretty devastating vacuum left by Nintendo amongst the big 3 Console Mfg's over the past few years with their release of the WiiU. Yet... we hear little to nothing about the 'Death of Console Gaming'. So why is this?
I am very excited to share some news with you in this blog. You may have heard at the latest Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco the week of September 9 (yeah, it may not have gotten quite the attention that the iPhone* 6 did…) about the release of the Intel® Edison development platform and the Intel® IoT Developer Kit for Internet of Things development. It’s really amazing what the IoT makers and hobbyists can do now.