The combination of the modern technologies like Intel Quark processors and the Android Wear operating system opens up new opportunities for application development. As you can see, Android developers experienced in creating apps for the mobile industry can easily shift to creating apps for wearables like smartwatches, taking care of some nuances.
This tutorial will guide you to your first cross-platform application using the Multi-OS Engine installed on Mac OSX* which we refer to as local build. You can also develop your Android* and iOS* applications in Android Studio on Windows* but in order to simulate your iOS application, you will need to remotely deploy your app to a Mac system running Xcode* (hence remote build). For this scenario, check our getting started guide with Multi-OS Engine (remote build). In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a simple Hello World application for Android and iOS with code-sharing between the two applications. In a real-world scenario, most of your application logic will be shared.
Multi-window is a good differentiating feature. It is convenient and allows consumers to do two or more things simultaneously. They can watch a video and IM friends with video feedback. They can play a game and read reviews of it. Several devices now support the multi-window feature: Ramos i12 tablet, Teclast x98 tablet, and Cube i7, which uses the Remix OS.
PhonoPaper aroused keen interest among musicians, artists, and fans of unusual experiments. PhonoPaper is a technology and an application that allows you to play audio converted into a picture of a special format, called a spectrogram on paper or any other surface.The printed picture can, for example, be stuck to a wall. Passersby, noticing the code, launch the PhonoPaper scanner on their phones, aim the camera at the image and in an instant begin to hear the sound encoded in it. Here, I’ll show how I optimized PhonoPaper
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The standard java.net.URL class provides HTTPS functionality. Here is how you can set up security providers and CA certificates (cacerts) on Mac OS X* from the command line.