Developers Get Access to Official Pebble Watchface SDK

Developers Get Access to Official Pebble Watchface SDK

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New Pebble, the e-paper smart watch that earned more than $10 million on Kickstarter, now has an official public SDK available for iOS developers.Your patience has been rewarded...you have a brand new Pebble Smartwatch in your hands. And, of course, now you want to make it do your bidding. This developer...
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Pebble smart watch SDK is now ready for creative third parties

arstechnica.com
New The software development kit (SDK) for the Pebble smart watch is now available for download. The makers of the smart watch promised that the SDK would go public once the watches began shipping (check out our recent hands-on with the timepiece/app hub), and Pebble has now made the SDK...
Pebble smart watch SDK is now ready for creative third parties

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9to5mac.com
Pebble, the E-Ink smart-watch for iPhones and Android devices which raised over 10 million dollars on Kickstarter is about to get a lot of new features. Today, Pebble announced that the watch SDK is being released today. The SDK will allow developers to create custom watch faces, alerts and new apps....
Pebble Watch SDK goes live, new watch faces and apps to come

Pebble Watch SDK goes live, new watch faces and apps to come

9to5google.com
Pebble, the E-Ink smart-watch for iPhones and Android devices which raised over 10 million dollars on Kickstarter is about to get a lot of new features. Today, Pebble announced that the watch SDK is being released today. The SDK will allow developers to create custom watch faces, alerts and...
Pebble Watch SDK goes live, new watch faces and apps to come

Hope you're ready developers, the Pebble smartwatch SDK is here

gigaom.com
After a delay, the software development kit (SDK) for the Pebble smartwatch is now live. On Friday, the watch maker publicly released the SDK and documentation, which was originally scheduled for when the watches started shipping. This means that owners of the Pebble watch — one of the hottest KickStarter...
Hope you're ready developers, the Pebble smartwatch SDK is here
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techcrunch.com
Salesforce.com has attracted one million developers to its platform and is now making a push into the mobile market with a new hybrid environment that allows developers to use JavaScript to update native iOS or Android apps. The new hybrid model is meant to welcome JavaScript developers through the support...
Salesforce Platform Crosses 1 Million Developer Mark, Adds Frameworks To Attract JavaScript Community For Mobile Push

Google axes UDID support with updated SDK for AdMob

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Google axes UDID support with updated SDK for AdMob

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appleinsider.com
In an update to its AdMob software development kit for iOS, Google finished the process of deprecating UDID access in accordance with Apple's privacy policies, completing the transition that began over six months ago.    ...
Google drops UDID support with latest AdMob SDK for iOS

Google adds App Data Folder secure storage to Drive

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Google has updated its cloud-based storage service and Drive SDK to help developers protect data used in apps, similar to functions used in iCloud. The new app data folders are hidden folders within the Google Drive itself, helping to protect app-specific data from unwanted interference through malicious programs, or even...
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