For Android* developers interested in creating the latest applications such as digital signage, smart terminal, or automotive IVI, Celadon is an optimized and validated software reference stack tha
Imagine that in an instant you can take your Android* phone out of your pocket and use it to stream a presentation to a screen or projector while controlling via touchscreen.
While the editor of choice regarding C++ for Android* right now is eclipse*, Android Studio is starting to integrate the NDK as well.
Eclipse* with ADT plugin and CDT, all part of the ADT bundle, support the Android* NDK quite well. You can even use gdb integration to debug your native code.
However simple it is to create an x86 emulator using AVD, there are some common pitfalls that can result in failure while trying to create an x86 emulator instance.
Future versions of Project Anarchy will have many new features
This eSeminar, led by Intel, focuses on different avenues to test your Android application in the growing fragmented market.
It is easy it is to add support for x86 architecture to existing native Android applications. Adding support also has the potential of increased application performance.