Whether you're a BlackBerry developer looking to make use of the Amazon Appstore when BlackBerry OS 10.3 arrives or someone who is just interested in learning about what the Amazon Developer Program offers, BlackBerry is hosting a 'Introduction to the Amazon Developer Program' series of webcasts starting on August 26, 2014 2:00:00 PM ADT. In total, there's three webinars that will be of interest.
Introduction to the Amazon Developer Program
August 26, 2014 2:00:00 PM ADT - Join us for our first webcast where we'll provide an overview of the Amazon developer program and answer all your questions on how you can access BlackBerry customers and more. Here's what we'll cover:
- Amazon Ecosystem Overview
- Amazon Appstore Basics
- Amazon Mobile SDK Overview
- Amazon Devices Overview
- Amazon Devices Compatibility
- Developer Support
How to get your apps into the Amazon Appstore
August 28, 2014 3:00:00 PM ADT - This webcast will deliver practical advice, including "gotchas" and "how-tos" for Android, HTML5 and AIR developers. We'll have experts on hand with Android, HTML5 and AIR expertise to help you get your app into the Amazon Appstore. Here's what we'll cover:
- Testing your .apk for the Amazon Appstore
- Getting your app into the Amazon Appstore
- Coding for different devices, tablet, smartphone, TV
- How to take your BlackBerry HTML5 app to Amazon
- How to take your BlackBerry AIR app to Amazon
- How to take your BlackBerry Android App to Amazon
Amazon Developer Expert Q&A
September 4, 2014 3:00:00 PM ADT - Did you have any challenges bringing your BlackBerry app to Amazon? We want to help you get them resolved and your app into the store. Attend this webcast to have all of your questions about the Amazon Appstore and Amazon Developer Program answered by the experts.
Developers and those otherwise interested in learning more can sign up for any of the dates via the registration page BlackBerry has set up. We'll also send out some Twitter reminders for everyone when the events are close to kicking off as well.
Register for the BlackBerry Developer Events