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XDK docs. For the latest Intel XDK docs, please visit the most up to date documentation
We have deprecated the "AppMobi" and "appMobi" API namespaces for properties, methods and events that are part of the Intel®
XDK APIs and replaced them with the "intel.xdk" namespace. As we update our documentation we will correct these deprecated references. In the meantime, any references to the AppMobi and appMobi namespaces in documentation, samples and code examples when referring to Intel XDK APIs should be replaced with an equivalent reference in the intel.xdk namespace.
The deprecated AppMobi and appMobi namespace will continue to work for the near future, but support will eventually be dropped in favor of the new namespace. Please switch as soon as is practical to the intel.xdk namespace.
EXCEPTION: Properties, methods and events that are used by appMobi services are not changing and should still be referenced by using the appropriate "AppMobi" or "appMobi" namespace. These items are called out on the individual API object pages, and can also be viewed on the appMobi documentation page.
Web Service API Reference
The Web Service API Reference describes packages of functionality available to external customers.
If you are looking for documentation on the Push Messages and Live Update web services provided by appMobi, please refer to the appMobi documentation
Intel's App Framework
A complete reference for Intel's App Framework API.
Articles outline subjects such as "best practices", unconventional application ideas, tips, tricks, and sample application code.
Tutorials provide a step-by-step process to accomplish a task. Tutorial documents are aimed at a lesser skilled audience and often include details that a more advanced developer might take for granted.
Quick reference documents such as Cheat Sheets, Quickstart Guides, and One-pagers.
GameDev API References
These references can help build a gaming application.
Check out videos and materials from previous online training sessions.
Native Application Plugins
The Native Application Plugins are pieces of native code included in the automated build system that provide access to native functions.
This is a list of software certificates.