Intel Developer Blog: Check out these tips for building native code for iOS and Android simultaneously by using Java

How to create native iOS apps using Java without losing the benefits of Xcode

Would you like to use your Java skills to create native mobile apps for both Android and iOS?

With Multi-OS Engine (MOE) technology preview from Intel, you can run Java code on iOS while still using all the UI elements you would have access to with Xcode.

You can see an example here of how to work with threads and organise files

MOE technology preview is a stand-alone plug-in that can be integrated into Android Studio. Once configured for both Android and iOS, switching between the two is simple.

Software engineering and consulting firm Auriga used MOE technology to create a wireless mobile patient monitoring app to run on the Apple iPad. The app uses Wi-Fi to send data on a patient’s vital signs to the hospital information system.

You can find out more about the Auriga case study, and the technology behind it, here.

This FAQ includes the system requirements for using MOE technology preview, and guidance on where to find support should you have difficulty installing or running the product.

There’s also a technical overview that will help you get to grips with the technology in greater depth. If you’d prefer something more visual, try these in-depth tutorial videos.

Here’s how to download the Multi-OS Engine technology preview.

This blog post is written bySofttalkblog, 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.

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