With a new update recently released, there’s never been a better time to try the free Starter Edition of Intel Integrated Native Developer Experience (INDE). If you haven’t used it before, you can learn more about how the cross-architecture productivity suite can help you build high-performance apps for multiple devices.
So what’s new in INDE 2015 Update 1? Well, the big changes are to do with platform support, with INDE 2015 now offering support for Android Lollipop 32 bit/64 bit apps, the Nexus Player digital media player, and Visual Studio 2013 Community Edition. For more information you can read release notes and installation guides for Windows and OS X hosts on the Intel Developer Zone.
Whatever your preferred IDE – Microsoft Visual Studio, Eclipse or Android Studio – you can use the INDE tool suite to build and test C++/Java applications across the Microsoft Windows and Android platforms. And while you’re over at the Intel Developer Zone, visit the forums to see what topics are occupying the developers there.
There are threads for discussion of individual software tools, including one for Intel INDE where you can go if you have any issues with the new upgrade and or to share your tips and experiences with fellow developers.
• This blog post is written by Softtalkblog, and 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.