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FemmeHacks Philadelphia Hack-a-thon
25/02/16
Hello,  My name is Nazia Latif. Swapna Talasila and I attended an all-girls hack-a-thon at University of Pennsylvania this weekend, and here is a brief summary of the event: The FemmeHacks had a total of 93 developers, mostly of whom were freshmen/sophomores, and a few Juniors, and high school...
Announcing Intel® IoT Developer Kit support for Intel IoT Gateways! The path to app development will soon be easier than ever, with a faster migration to real-world commercial solutions.  In the coming weeks the Intel® IoT Developer kit will add support for Intel® IoT Gateways. In addition, this new Intel® IoT Developer Kit will include the new Intel® System...
Intel® Awarded ‘Best Strategic Partner’ by HTML5 DreamWorks in China Last week it was announced that Intel® joined Google* China and Liepin* as winners of the Best Strategic Partner award. 16 additional awards were granted including Best Gaming, Best Gaming Engine, and Best Tech Innovation. Read the entire opensource.com article!
Intel® XDK Early Access Update for January 2016 - Happy New Year! Happy New Year from the Intel® XDK team! We've made some big changes in the Intel® XDK Early Access for which we need your help to test!   As you know we started the Intel XDK Early Access to get feedback on new technologies and features that we hope to put into the Intel XDK product eventually.  ...
Five Useful Tips on Getting Started Building Cordova* Mobile Apps with the Intel® XDK Creating hybrid mobile Cordova* apps (aka PhoneGap apps) with the Intel® XDK can be very rewarding, or very frustrating. Many of the problems new hybrid mobile app developers encounter are due to a misunderstanding of the key differences between web apps and mobile apps. The two operate under quite...
Intel® XDK Update for December 2015 Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from all of us in the Intel® XDK team! We have a few things to talk about this month, and a pre-announcement of the Intel® XDK Early Access coming in early January. First and foremost, as we said over the past few months, we are discontinuing the older build...
Intel® XDK Update for November 2015 It's been a wild Fall here with the Intel® XDK team.  Upon releasing the Apache Cordova* 5 plugin support at the end of September, it became very apparent that the new NPM-style plugins cause a lot of problems not only for us tools vendors, but for you, the app developers. Working around...
Announcing 18 New How-To Intel IoT Code Samples We are pleased to announce the release of 18 new how-to Intel® Internet of Things (IoT) code samples designed for anyone interested in learning IoT development. These applications are part of a series of how-to Intel IoT code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Intel® Edison...
Announcing Intel® IoT Developer Kit v2.0 with Java* Support We are pleased to announce the release of Intel® IoT Developer Kit v2.0, now with full Java* support! We've added new installers, additional sensor support, updated IDEs, as well as a number of enhancements, bug fixes and improved usability. The software components are available now for immediate...
Treasured Maps Javascript objects are wonderful things. So wonderful that they’re the basis of the ever popular JSON. But there are some things they won’t do. One of the big ones is that they are slightly limited in what can be used as a key. Mind you, they are fairly flexible as these things go. When I was...

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