Samsung Announces Android Developer Forum
Samsung unveiled a new one-stop-shop for Android developers today, cutting the virtual ribbon on their Android Developer Forum. The aim here is to provide developers with all the necessary tools (SDKs, plug-ins, videos, etc.) to create fantastic applications and games for Android. Visitors will find specialized focus on augmented reality (AR), location-based apps (LBS), and other drilled-down features and functions in Android. Should a developer not own a phone to test their apps on, Samsung provides one remotely with their Remote Test Lab. More information can be found on Samsung’s Developer Forum.
Samsung Electronics Launches Developer Forum Designed to Support Android Application Developers
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., the global leader in Android™ mobile devices, today announced the Samsung Android Developer Forum, designed to provide technical support for its Android application developers.
The Samsung Android Developer Forum will provide additional features and functionality specifically for the Android Developer via the existing Samsung Developers website (http://developer.samsung.com). Samsung Developers is a single destination for developers working with Samsung devices and is designed to provide news and updates and feature-rich content for technical advice and support. Samsung Developers draws in all of Samsung’s current development platforms (bada, Java, Widgets and Themes), providing a single integrated gateway, the latest SDK’s, tutorial videos and both hardware and software updates.
The Samsung Android Developer Forum will offer useful development tools to help complex projects get up and running as quickly as possible, including SDK plug-ins to assist with Augmented Reality (AR) or personalized LBS (Location Based Services). The Android Developer Forum will also offer the dynamic Theme Tool, Sensor Simulator and Remote Test Lab (RTL), which will allow developers to test their applications remotely on a real device if they do not have one available.
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