iPhone* Porting Project (Archived)

Conceptualizing your ported application on the Netbook platform

Now that you are ready to take advantage of the Netbook platform, you are likely considering how porting will impact your iPhone applications usability. An analysis of how your application is going to look and behave on the netbook platform ois an invaluable step that shouldn't be overlooked. You will discover key differences in the two platforms (iPhone & Netbook) which may change your porting plans for the better. Take advantage of the many benefits offered by this platform by leveraging an increased screen size and diverse hardware profile.

Porting Resource Area - Where to find information on how to port

We have pulled together a number of articles, blog posts, porting paths, porting methods and sample coding techniques to a single Porting Resource page on this site. This is a good place to start as you consider your options and path for porting your application. http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/porting Sample content in the Porting Resource area.

Porting Guide & Sample Project

We provided an overview of various porting paths from iPhone to AppUp in the following document. http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/iphone-netbook-porting-technical-guide Additionally in this article you will find code samples of a sample iPhone application we have ported to AppUp using C# We recommend reviewing this article to get familiar with effective codeing techniques for porting an application.

Welcome to the iPhone to AppUp Porting Program

This forum was created to help invited members of our porting program get support, assistance and information needed to help them port their application to AppUp. You are welcome to make direct contact with your Intel contacts, however Intel will be documenting known issues, solutions, and progam notification in this forum thus you may find that general program questions, information and application support will be easily found here.
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