The Intel® XDK provides a development environment for creating 2D HTML5 games. Special Intel XDK features for game developers include a game asset manager, game-related plug-in APIs, game samples and templates for supported game engines, autocompletion hints in the built-in code editor, and access to standard features available to app developers using the Intel XDK.
Use the Intel Development Kit for IoT (IoTDK) to create and test Node.JS applications for Intel IoT platforms, such as the Intel® Galileo and Edison maker boards. The IoTDK includes the Intel XDK and other software.
The Crosswalk* build system produces two Android* APK files: one for x86 CPU architecture devices and one for ARM* CPU architecture devices. Download and submit both APKs to the Google Play Store* to maximize the number of devices that can install and run your Crosswalk application.
Intel® MKL now has support for Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor based on the Intel® Many Integrated Core Architecture (Intel® MIC Architecture) on Linux* and Windows* OS.
The Intel® XDK provides two options for building Cordova* WebView apps for Android*: Optimizing with Crosswalk and standard Android. This topic describes the differences between these two Android build settings and when it is best to use the Optimize with Crosswalk build setting.