As someone who has made a lot of apps over time, I am always amazed how some apps seem to always grip users and others are uninstalled after a few days. Wendy Boswell has done a really great job of capturing why people uninstall apps.
As part of our beginners school we now move into building our first even game using HTML5. The following tutorial will help you create a basic Spaceship game, however these same skills are the same skills that are used to build successful games like “Flappy Bird”.
Intel’s XDK is one of the multitude of tech that lets you build apps using web technologies. Intel have recently released a full 10 unit instructor-led video training course that will have you going from the basics of the XDK all the way to theming and pushing it live.
One of the tools they have developed is the XDK ( or Cross-browser Development Kit) which lets you easily build apps for
Our buddies over at BeMyApp, have kindly shared some information about a couple of the events they are running. They are now running a monthly codefest where guru developers will show off various aspects of developing for Android.
With Apps World North America just over two weeks away on February 5-6, there’s plenty of content to look forward to for anyone in the apps ecosystem, from developers, to OEMs and industry professionals alike.
After our coverage of AppsWorld Europe last year, its time for the North Americans to have a go. And the timing couldn’t be better…. Eight in ten of the world’s Android phones will be running Android – it’s no surprise therefore the Droid World track remains one of the most important and popular areas of the Apps World event. Here are four industry leaders you don’t want to miss in San Francisco:
As part of our series of posts helping developers to produce better Android apps, we now move onto the final in the series, using extremely powerful IPP Primitives to optimize your app.
What are IPP Primitives?
Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) provides highly optimized building block functions for image processing, signal processing, vector math and small matrix computation. Several Intel IPP domains contain the hand-tuned functions for Intel® Atom™ processor by taking advantage of Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions (Intel® SSE) instructions.