We'd like to share with you a great opportunity to learn more about Pebble development through a webinar that is taking place on Monday, March 31st from 14:00 – 15:00 GMT (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT). The webinar is entitled "Use AppCode to Develop for the Pebble Smartwatch" and is being presented by Heiko Behrens, one of the developers of PebbleCam.
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.
We're really looking forward to our next open lab that we're hosting at Pebble HQ this Friday. If you haven't had a chance yet to join an open lab (in-person) or a virtual lab (online), this is your chance! This is a great opportunity for you to hack on your latest projects and receive help from our developer evangelists, Thomas and Cherie.
We had a blast at the first open lab that we hosting at Pebble HQ last Friday. We know many of you were interested in joining, but perhaps you don't live in the area, or you just weren't able to make it; to help with this, we're now announcing our first Virtual Lab for Pebble Developers! This is a great opportunity for you to hack on your latest projects and receive help from our developer evangelists, Thomas and Cherie, in an online setting.
One of the most useful additions to the Pebble SDK in the 2.0 beta release is the introduction of PebbleKit JS and the ability to use a webview on your phone to configure your watch app. Since we've been seeing a good number of questions on this new feature, we figured we'd talk about it a little more.
Yesterday, we announced the beta release of our 2.0 SDK and got overwhelmingly helpful feedback from all of you. Today, we are equally excited to announce that your favorite apps are now also available on v2.0, ready to download! We contacted some of the developers to get their feedback on the new SDK, along with some tips and tricks for those of you that are just starting out with the new Pebble SDK.
It's no secret that we've been hard at work developing better software for Pebble and this Wednesday, November 6th, we'll be making a very important announcement. You're invited to join our livestream event at 10AM PST to hear what awesome new things we've been working on to make Pebble a more robust and feature-rich platform. To tune in, visit https://www.getpebble.com on Wednesday morning after 9AM PST to obtain a link for the livestream. After the live broadcast hosted by Eric and our very own Thomas, we will be leading a Reddit AMA discussion at noon (12PM PST) to answer any lingering questions you may have.
It’s been awhile since our last update to the developer’s blog, but we have some exciting news to share!
As many of you have probably noticed, the developer evangelism team here at Pebble has been growing over the last few months and we’re excited to introduce our newest additions!
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