If you got a Java application already published in the Intel AppUp(sm) Center and you want to submit an updated version of the same application, it is essential that your final .JAR file should have the same name as your already published application. Also make sure that you don’t change your Publisher Name. If you make changes to either your publisher name or change the name of .JAR file, Intel AppUp client will consider it a new application and not an update to your existing published app.
Hi, I am a Java Developer and have developed few apps on JAVA. I have few queris: I am not able to find SDK's for JAVA in the App Developer Program I am not sure if wrappers will do the same job as SDK would I would like to be a part of this App Up, so wanted to know if at all I will get any support on the same. Regards, JD.
Hi All, I want to submit my Java app "MyUniPortal" a rich client gui with web services back end for video and mapping but do not see support for Java. I also use Java Web Start for install/updates and not sure if Intel can support that also. Any ideas? Seems like Intel wanted developers like myself to be a part of the store so I am willing I just need Intel's help. Thanks, Tony Anecito Founder, MyUniPortal http://www.myuniportal.com
When will the SDK be available which support .Net, Java and Flash development? Thanks ahead, Sincerely, Florian Piroth ISV Ecosystem Enabling Manager United Kingdom Intel Corp | ISV Emerging and Enabling Team | Software Partner Program Office: +49 911 9339 2171 | E-Mail: email@example.com
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