There’s loads of developer resources out there chasing the lucrative mobile space, particularly with the heated battle for dominance of the smartphone location services market. The following are 7 mobile developer resources to consider…
- The official HTC developer program. HTC is one of the fastest growing device manufacturers on the planet and with every new device come new opportunities for development
- MS App Hub – The official developer portal from Microsoft. A must visit / must join resource for Microsoft developers. Look for EDU resources, docs, tools, community forums and more
- Bing Maps Account Center – The Bing Maps Account Center allows you to create keys to use the Bing Maps AJAX Control, Bing Maps Silverlight Control, Bing Maps SOAP Services, Bing Maps REST Services and Bing Spatial Data Services.
- Windows Phone Dev Hub – For developers interested in creating app for Win Mobile devices see the App Hub the latest Win Mo developer news, tips, docs, edu resources, Q&A and resources for submitting your app.
- Foursquare Dev Home – The foursquare developer site is your starting point for all things related to working with foursquare programmatically.
- Acetate dev Tools from GeoIQ – Acetate is a new way of thinking about basemap tiles. Made in conjunction with Stamen Design, it allows you to layer pieces of the basemap throughout your visualization.
- Nokia Developer – Formerly Forum.Nokia, this is THE resource for those interested in developing for Symbian S60, S40, Meego, Qt, WinPhone and other Nokia supported environments. A great place to start!