Competition time! Calling all developers – how well does your app converge across devices?
We have a new competition to inspire you in making your app convergent. With our SDK AdaptivePageLayout component we’ve made it easy for you to write apps with one code base that can run across devices. Beautifully convergent apps across Phone, Tablet, and Desktop make us happy!
Why does it matter?
Converged apps are the future! Less time can be spent coding different apps with more focus on user experience. For users this means greater productivity having a single device that can easily switch displays. Take email, you could go from drafting one on your phone whilst commuting, to finish composing by plugging your phone into your screen & keyboard, without reliance on the cloud. And this is just one use case!
Interested in entering? Here’s how..
Create an app or enhance an existing one that beautifully converges across devices. We’re looking for a seamless app experience across phone, tablet, desktop and back again. And here’s how:
This is open to developers that have already submitted an app or new app submissions!
And now, drum roll please…the prizes!
Best of luck and we can’t wait to see your entries! Happy converging folks.
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