Android on x86: An Introduction to Optimizing for Intel® by Iggy Krajci, Darren Cummings

By Iggy Krajci, Darren Cummings

Android on x86: an creation to Optimizing for Intel® structure serves major reasons. First, it makes the case for adapting your functions onto Intel’s x86 structure, together with discussions of the enterprise strength, the altering panorama of the Android industry, and the original demanding situations and possibilities that come up from x86 units. the elemental concept is that extending your functions to help x86 or developing new ones isn't tricky, however it is critical to understand all the technicalities. This ebook is devoted to supplying you with an knowledge of those nuances and an realizing of ways to take on them.

Second, and most significantly, this booklet presents a one-stop distinctive source for most sensible practices and methods linked to the deploy concerns, optimization matters, software program standards, programming projects, and function optimizations that emerge whilst builders think about the x86 Android units. Optimization discussions dive into local code, acceleration, and complex profiling of multimedia functions. The authors have accrued this data for you to use the booklet as a consultant for the explicit standards of every program project.

This booklet isn't committed exclusively to code; as a substitute it's jam-packed with the data you would like to be able to make the most of x86 structure. it's going to consultant you thru fitting the Android SDK for Intel structure, assist you comprehend the diversities and similarities among processor architectures to be had in Android units, train you to create and port purposes, debug latest x86 functions, provide suggestions for NDK and C++ optimizations, and introduce the Intel speeded up Execution supervisor. This ebook presents the main invaluable info that will help you get the activity performed quick whereas using top practices.

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