Developers rejoice - we’ve released the first version of our SDK 4 developer preview! This SDK enables you to start building applications for the new Diorite platform (Pebble 2), and includes a set of new APIs for interacting with the 4.0 user experience.
There is a lot to take in, so we’re here to help break down what’s new and exciting for our favorite developer community!
This is a guest blog post from Kiezel's Kristof (in Belgium) and Jaron (in the US), who recently opened their KiezelPay payments platform to all Pebble developers! We're super excited to see how it will be used and adopted! You can find a list of KiezelPay Powered watchapps and watchfaces in Pebble's appstore.
KiezelPay was designed to help developers sell their apps and watchfaces for the Pebble smartwatch as easily, securely, and globally as possible. We learned a lot when we created a payment system for our Kiezel Watchfaces, and we wanted to improve that system and open it to all developers!
If you have been following Pebble in the news, you have likely seen that there have been some recent changes to the Pebble Team. We wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the #awesome work that has gone into getting our developer program to where it is today, and introduce you to the (somewhat) new faces of Pebble's Developer Relations team!
My goal with writing apps for Pebble has never been to make tons of money. Despite Snowy's success, I'm not going to go quitting my job and moving to an exotic island any time soon. However, it has been absolutely awesome making some money off my hobby. Most importantly, having paid users validates my efforts as a developer and proves that what I'm building is not just something that users want, but something that they're willing to pay for.
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