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by Pritam Zope
In this article, we will create a notepad in Java with features like Multi Tabbed Documents, Document Selector, Openning/Saving/Closing Multiple documents, Running External Programs,Different Look and Feels, Viewing files in Browser, etc.
by Fadi Hania
This is a J2ME beginner article that describes how to add different J2ME components to your application especially StringItems and Commands.
by Android on Intel
This article introduces Android Studio (Beta), the new Android integrated development environment (IDE), which will eventually replace the Eclipse ADT Bundle.
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15 Feb 2017 by Pritam Zope
In this article, we will create a notepad in Java with features like Multi Tabbed Documents, Document Selector, Openning/Saving/Closing Multiple documents, Running External Programs,Different Look and Feels, Viewing files in Browser, etc.
17 Apr 2011 by Fadi Hania
This is a J2ME beginner article that describes how to add different J2ME components to your application especially StringItems and Commands.
1 Jun 2015 by Android on Intel
This article introduces Android Studio (Beta), the new Android integrated development environment (IDE), which will eventually replace the Eclipse ADT Bundle.
2 Jun 2011 by Randall Templeton
This article describes how to use Windows PowerShell to manage your Intel® AMT data. Treat data stores as file systems using a few simple commands.
5 Aug 2011 by Gael Holmes Hofemeier
This article discusses the Random Number Generator, code named Bull Mountain. Learn about Intel’s latest innovation in the generation of super-robust Random Numbers
1 Oct 2015 by Android on Intel
This article gives an overview of the Android Wear operating system focusing on wearable devices, application types, development, and debugging. It also explains two ways of debugging a wearable app using ADB.
1 May 2011 by Patrick Kalkman
This article describes how I developed Androng, a Pong clone for Android.
29 Jun 2010 by ShlomiAtia
The code writer allows to transparently write code for C# and Java, for applications like serialization, equality, etc.
5 Jun 2013 by Ohad Redlich
This document describes how to integrate the Spring-Security-oAuth2 project with Spring-Security-SAML.
29 Apr 2011 by Sašo Mađarić
Tutorial about creating a nice ball game for Android using AndEngine
9 Aug 2010 by Tejas_Pathak
A platform independent game that runs on Windows, Mac and Linux
17 Mar 2011 by Fadi Hania
This is a J2ME beginner article that describes how to write your Hello World J2ME application
20 May 2017 by Michael B Pliam
An easily modifiable console like interface for testing Java code
12 May 2011 by Fadi Hania
This is a J2ME beginner article that describes how to use different J2ME components in your application to make it more user interactive, using TextField and Alerts UI components.
14 Nov 2012 by Andre' Gardiner
A java Bowling Score Board Game.