The QS World University Rankings® have been compiled annually since 2004. They draw on opinion data from academics and employers, research metrics and demographics to provide a simple tool designed to enable you to shortlist international universities, according to your needs. The primary objective was, and remains, to inform student choices, but the rankings today are increasingly used by mobile academics, university administrators, policy makers, scholarship providers and even immigration officials.
For the first time through this app, you can shape the results according to your own design, but we strongly recommend augmenting any decision you might make on their basis with your own deeper research. By its nature a ranking can only look at a subset of what might make a university right for you.
The App also includes the QS World University Rankings By Subject and enables you to add subject criteria to your personalised ranking to get event better personal ranking information.
* code complete *
* real-time diagnostics (warnings and errors) and fixes *
* file and tutorial navigator (variables, methods, etc)
* static analysis *
* smart syntax highlighting
* portrait/landscape UI
* auto indentation and auto pairing (configurable)
* configurable code syntax highlighting (themes) *
* compile C/C++ code (no root required)
* works offline (built-in compiler, no internet connection required)
* great C/C++ code examples included *
* detailed C++ tutorial and learn guide included *
* add-ons manager and auto updates
* Dropbox support *
On first launch CppDroid extracts SDK (about 150Mb) and downloads and extracts examples and tutorials, so about 190Mb of internal storage space is required. It can't be moved to sd card because of android security.
Start learning C and C++ by examples (menu / Project / Examples) or tutorials (menu / Project / Tutorials).
Advanced paid features (marked with *) review:
Get Specific with Qualifiers
Finding Diamonds in the Google Rough
Get Strategic with Competition
Driving Your Content Vehicle
Title: The Most Important Work Goes Here
Length vs. Depth: Why it Matters
Content Qualities You Can Bank On
LDA, nTopic, and Words On the Page
Better than LDA: Poor Man’s Topic Modeling
Design is 50% of the Battle
Linking the Hub Together
Finding Your Center
Master the Basics
Linking Internally for the Reasonable Surfer
Diversify Your Anchor Text Naturally
Title Tags: Two Quick Tips
Over-Optimization: Titles, URLs, and Links
# Link Building
The 90/10 Rule of Link Building
All Link Building is Relationships, Good and Bad
Tier Your Link Building... Forever
Also included is a demo of the Intel® XDK APIs that shows how to use all of the features available.
2.0.0 release notes:
Intel® App Preview is now based on Apache* Cordova 3.5 and Intel® XDK APIs (intel.xdk.*) are now supported via Cordova plugins.
Previous versions of Intel® App Preview were based on the Intel® XDK Legacy container, a hybrid application container developed by Intel®.
Starting with this version, Intel® App Preview is based on Cordova in order to provide a better preview experience for Intel XDK projects based on Cordova.
The Intel® XDK Legacy container is deprecated and will be retired in 2015.
In order to support existing projects that use the Intel® XDK Legacy container, a new application called Intel® App Preview Legacy will be published soon.
New look: Intel® App Preview uses the Intel Clear Sans font (https://01.org/clear-sans)
New feature: 3-finger tap to stop previewing and return to Intel® App Preview
New feature: 5-finger tap for version info of Intel® App Preview and plugins
New feature: Configuration-based plugin loading
The set of Cordova plugins loaded for your app running in Intel® App Preview is based on your Intel® XDK project configuration.
This gives you a better idea of whether your project is correctly configured - a more valid "preview" experience.
See this article for more information about configuring your Intel® XDK project: https://software.intel.com/en-us/html5/articles/using-the-projects-tab
New feature: Live Layout Editing (requires early September 2014 release of Intel® XDK)
Live Layout Editing allows you to see the effect of edits on your app running in Intel® App Preview as you make them in Intel® XDK Develop tab.
New feature: Remote debugging with Google Chrome*
For set-up info and requirements: https://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/remote-debugging
About the Intel® XDK:
Write Your App
Emulate & Test
The Intel® XDK makes it easy for developers to check the look and feel of their apps with on-screen emulation on a wide variety of devices. Intel®’s App Preview app allows you to test your apps on a physical device.
Build for App Store
Once your app is finalized, move over to Intel®'s App Dev Center where you can package your HTML5 apps for distribution.
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• Offline data available on your mobile device even without Internet connectivity.
• Code Name decoder.
• Multiple languages supported: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Polish, and Portuguese.
• Compare the differences between selected products and save items to a queue for later review or share your compare page with a colleague via email and social links.
• Navigate through product types and code names to view specifications, ordering information, compatible products, and related products.
• Search by: Product Number, Ordering Code, SPEC Code, Brand Name, Frequency, Code Name, Processor Graphics, Sockets Supported, and more.
• Find compatible boards and compatible products.
• Automatically checks for updates and allows you to update on demand.
• Auto update product data: Select daily, weekly, or never (default setting).
• Download datasheets.
• Supports portrait and landscape views.
• Link to the full ARK site.
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Other options include the ability to change the graph location, duration, color, transparency, and size. Note that the system may kill the graph service at any time. To restart the graph you must restart the Intel® Mobile Performance Viewer for Android* application
The tool collects the following metrics:
- CPU usage
- Memory usage
- Network I/O
On rooted devices you may also collect system wide data, show the data by CPU when possible and analyze the following metrics, depending on the architecture:
- CPU Cycles
- Cache Misses
- Branch Misses
- Bus Cycles
- Instructions Retired
- Context switches
- Page Faults
- CPU Migrations
Please note: Users may be prompted to allow the use of location services. Selecting yes will allow the Locate ITP feature to get your current city and country and then list Intel technology providers based on your city and country location. Selecting no will require the user to manually search for a location. This information is not stored or collected by Intel.
Chromebooks are cloud based devices; getting your stuff from your phone or PC to the Google Cloud has never been easier.
- Migrate all your device / Hotmail / Yahoo contacts to Google Contacts.
- Migrate all / selected photos and videos to Google+ Photos.
- Ability to pause and resume the migration process
- Real time visibility on your Google Drive space consumption
Android provides several different animation interpolators such as the Linear Interpolator, Accelerate Interpolator, Overshoot Interpolator and others. Each of these timebound transitions can be applied to different properties of a user interface component, including its position, opacity, scale and rotation.
The Intel Animation Interpolator controls the animated interpolation via four user inputs:
-Attribute to interpolate, e.g. opacity
-Duration of the interpolation (in milliseconds)
-Interpolation name, e.g. “Linear Interpolator”
-Factor (not always present and it’s behaviour depends on the interpolator)
Immediate feedback is provided as the inputs are adjusted, allowing for a huge range of different behaviours to be directly observed.
Intel is inside more and more Android devices, and we have tools and resources to make your app development faster and easier. Please see https://01.org/androidia and https://software.intel.com/enus/android for the latest Android developments, resources and tools.
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The goal of the Intel® Network Builders program is to make it easier to build, enhance, and operate SDN/NFV-based infrastructures while lowering capital and operating expenditures. Intel established the program to spark innovation, reduce development effort, advance open networking standards, increase interoperability, and ultimately, reduce time to market.
Intel® launched the program at IDF SF 2013 with approximately 25 ecosystem partners. Today, we have over 135 partners, and we’ve worked closely with them to drive activities including partner workshops, reference architectures, webcasts, podcasts, white papers, solution briefs, and an innovation contest.
The Intel Selfie App is a simple and fun native-built Android* app that offers a chance to pose with Andy and see yourself on screen at big events in the Intel® Software booth
How It Works
1. Take a selfie or choose a photo to use
2. Add an Andy sticker to your photo
3. Pinch, zoom and rotate Andy to fit your picture
4. Click the “Save” icon to save to your camera gallery
5. Share on social media sites or with the Android community!
Features: Search and Browse the Intel® showcased apps. It includes app categorization and associated filters to find the right set of apps.
Key Highlights of Intel Learn Digital Skills
• A complete step-by-step approach for easy understanding
• Comprehensive tips on optimizing tablet use
• Easy-to-follow steps on everyday activities like creating an email account and online shopping
• Designed to be used by everyone – from kids to adults