A Wristed Development
Another week and another release of Pebble SDK 2.0. In this version you will find that the iOS application now includes the Pebble appstore and will give you a chance to see how your application looks and feels with the new store. If you had a 1.x application, you should also make sure that the automatic upgrade works properly for your app.
We believe JSHint can really increase the quality of your code and we will probably enforce JSHint correct-ness for all the apps on the appstore very soon. In this post we show you how to setup jshint and integrate it in your Pebble development process.
We've had a pretty awesome start to 2014 and we couldn't have done it without you! First, we kicked off the year by sponsoring the wildly successful AT&T Developer Summit hackathon, which was followed shortly after by our announcement of the new Pebble Steel during CES. In addition, we announced that 2.0 will be publicly released along with the Pebble appstore at the end of January. Here's a sneak peek of what the appstore will look like.
Have you submitted your apps to the Pebble appstore?
Eric announced this morning at CES that the appstore will be officially released in late January. The 2.0 BETA period is coming to an end; users will soon get their hands on the amazing apps you have created.
Eric also announced a brand new Pebble: Pebble Steel. We have a few to give away to the developer community. Keep reading for more information!
Busy times for the Pebble elves! Beta3 last week, the app store announcement on wednesday and now a new BETA! Pebble SDK BETA4 is available on our website now. Existing iOS developers will receive an email with a link to install it; if you are not on that list yet, please fill the form to request it.
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