Intel Developer Blog: The Multi-OS Engine supports the creation of native apps on both iOS and Android

Getting started with cross-platform development in Java

If you’re a Java developer, you can use Intel’s Multi-OS Engine to develop native applications for both Android and iOS.

It doesn’t matter whether you develop using a Windows or OS X machine, the technology enables you to make apps without compromising on performance, or native look and feel.

This approach means you don’t have to maintain a separate Objective-C code base for your iOS apps, streamlining your development process.

To get you started there’s a guide to making a Hello World app for Android and iOS devices here.

It outlines the overall workflow, and shows you how to build a basic app and deploy it to the Apple App Store.

You can download the Multi-OS Engine here, and find installation instructions here

This blog post is sponsored by the Intel Developer Zone, which helps you to develop, market and sell software and apps for prominent platforms and emerging technologies powered by Intel® Architecture.

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