This document discusses the changes that developers may need to make when porting an application already built for the Intel® Xeon Phi™ x100 coprocessor (Knights Corner or KNC) to the Intel® Xeon Phi™ x200 processor (Knights Landing or KNL) processor. This document shows the basic changes the developer will have to make, and does not focus on optimization. It is assumed that developers are already familiar with KNC.
In part I we explored adding a login screen to our restaurant application and then customizing the rest of the application based on the access level of who logs in. That way, when the manager logs in, they can do their managerial tasks like editing the menu and analyzing restaurant sales, while the customer can see their coupons and reward points. Part I can be read here:
Este artículo sirve de guía para escribir una aplicación Android* nativa de nombre “Hello World” por medio de la funcionalidad IDE Integration (integración de IDE) de Intel® INDE 2015.