HTCDev Site Launched: SDKs, Unlocked Bootloaders, Kernel Source Code and… the Big Android BBQ
HTC launched their HTCDev site today, a “one-stop shop” for developer tools and resources. Offering up such resources as HTC’s OpenSense SDK which will allow developers to start perusing through the various Sense APIs so they can begin dreaming up different ways to use things like HTC’s 3D stereoscopic interface or tablet pen. Developers can also download kernel source code and binaries for HTC Android devices while waiting for the Bootloader Unlock Web Tool to become available. There’s a FAQ’s page, Android Basics Guide and a Developer’s Events page which just so happens to feature the one and only Big Android BBQ!
It’s great to see a manufacturer support the developer community and open up its resources because when this happens it opens the door to endless possibilities. For more information head on over and check out HTCDev.com.
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