|By Jayaram Krishnaswamy||
|August 16, 2014 10:44 PM EDT||
From here you can jumpstart your App development skills after downloading the Intel XDK. You can write once and deploy to several platforms.
by a variety of languages like Java, .NET, Objective-C etc. There does not exist a single language to access the machine specific information for all platforms.
What is Intel XDK?
Open Source PhoneGap (http://phonegap.com/) technology was instrumental in getting AppMobi (http://www.appmobi.com/) to use HTML5 for App development. Intel came along and acquired AppMobi and it was renamed XDK. Perhaps it then went rounds of revisions and tweaks to become Intel XDK. Right now in preview but will be a full fledged tool one day soon.
This video explains the Open Source PhoneGap.
BTW PhoneGap is free and you can download from the PhoneGap Site.
Here is a screen shot of Intel XDK homepage:
Intel XDK is free and can be downloaded from here,
for Windows 7, Windows 8, Apple OSX and Ubuntu Linux.
The installer Intel's Software Install Assistant installs xdk_web_win_master_0876 (~90MB); file version 126.96.36.199
Just double click the installer.
After extraction is completed the Welcome page is displayed.
In the Welcome Page click Next. Here you choose the destination. Default was chosen here.
Click Next to get to the installation summary page.
Pretty soon it is completed. Very uneventful installaiton.
Click Finish and you are done.
The first time you use it you will have to login into Intel XDK.
Then provide the required information
That's it. Now you are ready to develop.
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