Q&A: Intel Web 2.0 TDK

Q&A: Intel Web 2.0 TDK

These questions were received by Intel Software Network Support, followed by the responses received from our engineering contacts and the authors of the original page at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-web-20-technology-development-kit-tdk.

Q. Does the Intel Web 2.0 TDKrunon aFirefox browser?

A.Yes, Firefox is supported in version 0.6 and later.

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Q. I'm trying to play around with the TDK a bit. I've embedded the Web20TDK.IntegratedInterface object into a web page. When I view it in Microsoft Internet Explorer*, I get the option of installing the ActiveX control. However, when I browse to the page via the Windows Mobile 6 Professional Emulator*, I don't get the option to install the plugin. What gives?

A. The TDK authors respond: We havent tested it all on Microsoft Windows Mobile* or the Windows Mobile 6 ProfessionalEmulator. It may work, but wed be quite surprised. Perhaps the reason you do not receive a prompt is because the browser permissions dont allow the prompt, or dont allow plugins at all.

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Lexi S.

IntelSoftware NetworkSupport

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According to the authors, the Intel Web 2.0 TDK has been replaced by the Intel Web APIs:
Site: http://software.intel.com/sites/whatif/webapis/
Forum: http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-web-apis/

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Intel Software Network Support

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