The Intel® XDK provides a comprehensive cross-platform development environment for developing and building hybrid HTML5 mobile and web apps. In addition to the Intel XDK classic edition, an Internet of Things (IoT) Edition supports embedded (IoT with node.JS) projects.
The Intel XDK can help you develop, debug and build HTML5 mobile apps using the Apache* Cordova* framework. This article is the best place to start for an introduction and overview of the Intel XDK development tool.
The tabs in the Intel® XDK development environment provide access to a set of tools to help you develop, debug test and build HTML5 mobile apps. This short overview summarizes the tabs and tools available.
This topic provides quick access to detailed device API and developer tools documentation.
This short video shows you the Intel XDK GUI and how you can get started using it.
This short tutorial and its demo app help you get started with the Intel XDK by walking you through a typical end-to-end workflow you can ultimately apply to your own app development process.
For each release, release notes provide an up-to-date summary of new features, issues addressed, and known issues.
These release notes describe the Intel® XDK Early Access for users willing to use pre-release software to try out the newest features, including an up-to-date summary of new features and known issues.
Typical Next Step: Projects
Use the Intel XDK Projects tab to choose the active project, create and manage projects, import app files as a project and check Cordova plug-ins and other app settings.
Crosswalk* is an HTML5 application runtime based on a variety of open source projects. The Intel XDK includes the Crosswalk runtime as a supported target of its cloud-based build service.
Intel XDK IoT Edition
Use the Intel Development Kit for IoT (IoTDK) to create and test applications for Intel IoT platforms, such as the Intel® Galileo and Edison maker boards.