Intelģ is committed to ensuring that developers have the best experience on Intel platforms to meet the diverse needs of our customers. We want to make sure that developers who have invested in Objective-Cģ code bases can reuse their code on Windows 10 devices running on Intel Architecture.
Therefore, we are very interested in the Windows Bridge for iOS project and are contributing support for key frameworks used by iOS developers to ensure they perform best on Intel-based Windows 10 devices.
Today, we would like to talk about one of our first contributions to the iOS bridge: the Accelerate framework
. The Accelerate framework contains C APIs for vector and matrix mathematics, DSP, and image processing. These APIs are essential for applications with scientific computing needs, including audio and image filters. We have implemented support for BLAS, as well as a subset of the vDSP and vImage APIs. Below is a sample app that uses vImage APIs to modify RGB values and blur an image...