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Designer Tools for Windows Desktop Applications
By adminPosted 10/18/20120
Download PDF › As technology has matured, our approach for design has evolved from command line to graphical interfaces. In the document Design for Desktop Touch and the Ultrabook™, we covered how the new touch input requires us to be aware of and design software for these new usage patterns. Wha...
8:14 AM PDT
Touch Samples
By Paul Lindberg (Intel)Posted 10/18/20122
Related Articles Touch Code Sample for Windows* 8 Store Touch Code Sample for Windows* 8 Desktop Abstract This paper introduces two ways that your apps can use touch on Windows 8*. Windows 8 Desktop apps get touch input from the backwards-compatible Windows 7 WM_GESTURE messages. Windows Store ...
1:09 PM PDT
Developing with Desktop Natural User Interface API’s for Developers
By adminPosted 10/17/20120
  Download Source  ultrabooktm-ux-demos.zip (1.3 MB) While the evolution of computers and technology has progressed at a breakneck pace, user experience has been largely limited to and attached to the available input devices. Since the introduction of the personal computer, we’ve seen the evolut...
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Porting Win32 Apps to Windows* 8 Desktop
By Brad Hill (Intel)Posted 10/16/20120
Abstract This article discusses a few challenges in porting a win32 app to Windows 8 Desktop. We use POV-Ray*, an open-source ray tracing program, to illustrate these issues. Three approaches are considered: running unchanged binaries on Windows 8, recompiling for Windows 8 using Microsoft Visual...
3:12 PM PDT
The Four Vectors of Ultrabook™ Development
By meghana-rao (Intel)Posted 10/15/20125
Ultrabook™ devices come with capabilities that take personal computing to a whole new level. Their Intel® Core™ i3-i7 processors unleash the power and performance that mobile computing platforms of today envy. Be it connectedness, gaming, entertainment, or context awareness—Ultrabooks have it all...
3:00 PM PDT
Designing for Ultrabook™ Devices and Touch-enabled Desktop Applications
By adminPosted 10/12/20120
Download PDF › With the introduction of Windows 8* and touch-enabled computers, like Intel Ultrabook™ devices, where touch is an additional input method, users have new ways of interacting with applications and software. Historically while touch has been limited to niche devices requiring special...
10:56 AM PDT
What's new? Update 2 - Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013
By MrAnderson (Intel)Posted 10/12/20120
Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013 Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE is an easy to use performance and thread profiler for C, C++, C#, Fortran, Java and MPI developers. No special recompiles are needed, just start profiling.  Hotspots are highlighted on the source.  A powerful timeline makes it easy to tu...
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Writing Energy-Efficient Windows* Store Applications for Mobile Devices - Impact of CPU Utilization on Platform Power
By Sushu Zhang (Intel)Posted 10/12/20120
Writing Energy-Efficient Windows* Store Applications for Mobile Devices (PDF 753KB)   1. Introduction Mobile devices are everywhere today, like smartphones, tablets, UltrabookTM devices, etc. All of them are powered by batteries. Battery life time is critical to end users because everyone wants t...
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What is an Ultrabook™ Device
By adminPosted 10/12/20120
What is an Ultrabook™ Devices (PDF 525KB) If you have been watching TV, you have probably seen a lot of commercials advertizing Intel Ultrabook™ devices. Intel® Round Table Ultrabook™ Ad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1KBppDI9ok These commercials achieve one thing and that is to pique curiosity....
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Using Sensors and Location Data for Cutting-edge User Experiences in Mobile Applications
By Nathan Totura (Intel)Posted 10/12/20121
Using Sensors and Location Data for Cutting-edge User Experiences in Mobile Applications (PDF 1.44MB) Overview Modern mobile devices like tablets are equipped with various sensors (accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, GPS, etc.). To fully explore the use of the fused motion and location data, ...


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