This document demonstrates how to port the Stream benchmark app to an x86 platform via creating an Android* application that uses a native shared library. See http://www.streambench.org for the latest app details.
This guide is intended to help developers port existing ARM*-based NDK applications to x86. If you already have a working application and need to know how to quickly get your application recognized on the Android* Market by x86 devices, this document should provide you with the information to get started. The guide also provides tips and guidance if you run into compiler issues during the porting process.
This article is a beginner’s introduction to creating native (NDK based) Android* applications for Intel® architecture (IA) based devices. We will also discuss porting NDK Android apps to IA based devices that were created for other architecture based devices. We will walk through two scenarios, one to demonstrate the process of creating basic NDK based Android* App from start to finish, and another to showcase a simple process of porting an existing NDK based Android App to use IA based devices.
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В этой статье описывается процесс портирования сложных пользовательских интерфейсов с iOS на Windows 8. В качестве примера мы используем приложение для обработки электронных медицинских карт (EMR).
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The following Best Known Methods are assembled here to help users port applications to the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor. When porting applications, use the following topics as guidelines and keep in mind that many tips assume the use of Intel® compilers.