Webinars and Videos

Links to recent webinars and videos that describe key Intel® XDK features. Some webinars are pre-recorded and may not include the live Q&A session. Those webinars that were recorded live do include the Q&A session. Videos are listed separately below.

Intel XDK Webinars

  • Deploying Node.js applications on Intel Edison using the Intel XDK by Elroy Ashtian (April 14, 2016)
    Elroy explains the features and functionality of Intel XDK from Node.js project creation to deployment on an Intel Edison. He also covers the Sensor Explorer, a tool for discovering and inserting code snippets for use with a specific sensor or peripheral.

  • Using WEINRE to Debug an Intel® XDK Cordova* App by Paul Fischer (March 2, 2016)
    Paul shows how to use the open-source WEINRE debug tool with App Preview or with a built app, as a debug option for apps that contain third-party plugins. Get a WEINRE session started; configure your app for success with WEINRE; and what you can and cannot do with WEINRE.

  • REST based service support using the Intel® XDK by Anjali Gola (January 27, 2016)
    Anjali covers how you can integrate a REST-based web service into the Intel XDK’s web services section. To add a web service not previously integrated in web services panel, a wizard helps you create and edit the three files needed.

  • How to use Local In-app storage with the Intel® XDK by Rakshith Krishnappa (January 27, 2016)
    Rakshith describes how and why to use local storage within your mobile app. This allows apps to save data that persists after the app is closed, so it can be used by that app in the future. Two types of local storage are explained using the Intel XDK: HTML5 local storage and Cordova* File plugin API. Rakshith explains the source code and shows the on-device behavior.

  • Implementing AJAX Requests within the Intel® XDK by Elroy Ashtian (November 19, 2015)
    In the ever-growing world of mobile app development, developers are leveraging content from third-party sources like Twitter*, Facebook*, Rotten Tomatoes*, and more in order to provide a rich user experience. Asynchronous JavaScript* and XML (AJAX) enables applications to communicate with external web sites or services as well as become more dynamic. Elroy also explains how Cordova* plays a key role in developing hybrid HTML5 apps as well as allowing AJAX requests to be sent to your mobile device.

  • How to Include Web Services in the Intel® XDK by Anjali Gola (November 19, 2015)
    Anjali explains how to use the web services panel in the Intel® XDK Develop tab. She demonstrates how to create data bindings and how to add non-curated web services to the web service explorer.

  • Debugging Cordova* Plugins in the Intel® XDK by Paul Fischer (November 4, 2015)
    Paul explains the purpose of important but lesser-known debugging options and features on the Intel XDK, especially for Android* and Apple iOS* devices. Learn how to use Chrome* Dev Tools to perform full JavaScript* debugging of your USB-connected device, including how to debug an iOS application using your Windows* host machine.

Popular Videos about Intel XDK Features

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