This chapter introduces the Android NDK for C/C++ application development, along with related optimization methods, and optimization tools. Because Java is the recommended application development language for Android developers, the optimization tools presented in previous chapter were mainly for Java. However, C/C++ development shouldn't be excluded from Android app development.
Most people, including gamers, pigeonhole computing devices as either desktop or mobile and expect high-end effects on their desktop apps and lower level streamlined effects on their mobile devices. They usually accept the gulf between the devices and don’t complain.
Got a new Moto 360 smartwatch as a gift from our company. Unfortunately this one couldn’t be used as a standalone tool and needs to be paired to some device first. This device should Android 4.4+. Yeah, fair enough, since that version Android introduced BT 4.0 Low Energy.
Performance optimization is one of the most important goals every application developer wants to pursue. Android is a resource-limited system, and it therefore requires very strict resource utilization. Compared with a desktop system, performance optimization for Android applications is far more critical.
Android-x86 is a port of the Android operating system for the x86 platform. The developers have just released a new update for it and version 4.4-r2 is now out and ready for download.
Introducing the Intel Heart Rate SDK Program - Intel is excited to announce an SDK to enable developers to make use of the capabilities found in wearable devices powered by Intel technology.
Operating system: Android-x86 4.4 R2
File name: android-x86-4.4-r2.ova (Format: OVF 1.0)
Part2. Position independent code (PIC) improvement in 32 bit mode - PIC in 32 bit mode is used to build Android applications, Linux libraries and many other products. Thus GCC performance in that case is very important.
This tutorial explains how to use Intel® INDE Media for Mobile to add video capturing capability to Cocos2d-x applications on Android.
In this chapter, you learn how to create an application with multiple activities; examples introduce the explicit and implicit trigger mechanisms of activities. You see an example of an application with parameters triggered by an activity in a different application, which will help you understand the exchange mechanism for the activity’s parameters.
Google* has recently released "Lollipop", Version 5.0 of the Android* OS (others may know this OS by its original name, "L-dessert"). Besides significant new features, Lollipop is the first 64-bit capable Android* OS. Intel understands the importance of this major Android* OS release to our customers, and is making support of this OS a top priority.