4/15/2013 8:20:50 PM
Intel Launches XDK for HTML5 Cross Platform Development
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Intel Launches XDK for HTML5 Cross Platform Development

Richard Harris Richard Harris in HTML5 Monday, April 15, 2013

Want to develop cross-platform for free? As part of their Developer Zone, Intel might have just what you need with their new platform that lets you build for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and of course – HTML5 webapps. The XDK will run in a web browser or you can download it to your desktop or by way of the Chrome app store. 
The solution is HTML, Java, and CSS based but what is ultra neat about it is the fact you can build for some many platforms straight from the IDE.

Read more: http://html5dev-software.intel.com

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