Intel Develop Blog: How the Intel Integrated Native Developer Experience can help you with cross-platform development

Boost your C++ or Java app development with the free Intel INDE

If you’re developing native apps in C++ or Java, there’s a tool suite available for free download that can boost your productivity. Intel Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel INDE) brings together tools to help with cross platform development on Android (for both Intel and ARM architecture) and Microsoft Windows.

It integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio Professional, Eclipse or Android Studio, so you can use it with your favourite developer environment.

For Android Java developers, there is a media pack that enables you to manage the camera and screen and enables video editing, streaming and audio fingerprinting.

For C++ developers, there is a template library for task-based parallelism, and your choice of the GNU C++ Compiler and the Intel C++ Compiler for Android.

INDE also includes programmable graphics APIs for Windows and Android, and tools for code tracing and debugging.

INDE is available now for free download for use on Microsoft Windows machines.

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.

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