Meet the Developer World team at the AT&T Developer Summit

Are you planning to go to CES and the AT&T Developer Summit in Las Vegas next week? In that case, don’t miss the Sony Ericsson booth, where you can meet representatives from the Developer World team. Our staff will include business managers, developers, and developer marketing managers. So if you want to discuss partnerships, technical issues or communication activities for developers, feel free to stop by and have a chat with us! We will also demonstrate all the latest and greatest products.

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Meet the Developer World team at the AT&T Developer Summit

Indoor maps save money and add extra value

Do you work in a large building or in a complex of buildings? Are you new to work and having a hard time finding your way around? Are your colleagues or visitors ever late for your meetings because they couldn’t find the right conference room? If so, then it might be a good idea to setup an indoor map service. At Sony Ericsson, that is precisely what Magnus Persson and his colleagues have done. Read the rest of the story to find out why indoor maps are useful, and how to get started in creating your very own indoor map.

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Indoor maps save money and add extra value

Getting started with Timescape™ extensions

Ready to take your Android™ development one step further? Do you want your app to get visible to thousands of Sony Ericsson phones? Haven’t checked out the Timescape™ developer section yet? If so, then follow along with Sony Ericsson Software Engineer, Robert Helmbro, as he’s provided this step-by-step tutorial for developing your own Timescape™ extension.

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Getting started with Timescape™ extensions

Get rich or die tryin’ – get the game plan for developer success at AnDevCon, NOV 6-9

Been wondering how you can get your mobile game into the spotlight? Are you ready to start making money off of your standout app? Karl-Johan Dahlström’s session at AnDevCon – Get Rich or Die Tryin’ – Building Success with Xperia™ PLAY – can help kick-start your Android™ development and your game into high gear. Read on to get more details about this speaker session, the AnDevCon event, and an exclusive discount.

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Get rich or die tryin’ – get the game plan for developer success at AnDevCon, NOV 6-9

Use the multiple APK support on Google Play

Google recently announced multiple APK support on Google Play, which allows you to upload multiple versions of an APK for a single product listing, instead of having to upload a single APK file for every version of your product. We got the lowdown from Anupam Nath, a Developer Support Engineer at Sony Mobile, who explains in more detail about how this new feature can help solve some of your issues when publishing your app on Google Play. See more after the jump.

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Use the multiple APK support on Google Play

Use the multiple APK support in Android Market

Google recently announced multiple APK support in Android Market™, which allows you to upload multiple versions of an APK for a single product listing, instead of having to upload a single APK file for every version of your product. We got the lowdown from Anupam Nath, a Developer Support Engineer at Sony Ericsson, who explains in more detail about how this new feature can help solve some of your issues when publishing your app on Android Market™. See more after the jump.

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Use the multiple APK support in Android Market

Game developer tip 5: Using proper versioning

If you haven’t put much thought into how you assign the application versioning for your game, it is definitely an important detail you should keep in mind. Correct versioning makes it easier for you to maintain the development of your game, and makes it easier for users to keep track of what version they are running. This is the fifth in a series of tips that supplement the XperiaTM game developer recommendations. This tip expands on Packaging recommendations – PK6 in the list of game developer recommendations: For the final version of a game, the version value should be “1.0.0” or higher and the current APK version should be higher than for any of the game’s previous releases.

Read more about this important recommendation after the jump.

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Game developer tip 5: Using proper versioning

Game developer tip 5: Using proper versioning

If you haven’t put much thought into how you assign the application versioning for your game, it is definitely an important detail you should keep in mind. Correct versioning makes it easier for you to maintain the development of your game, and makes it easier for users to keep track of what version they are running. This is the fifth in a series of tips that supplement the game developer recommendations. This tip expands on Packaging recommendations – PK6 in the list of game developer recommendations: For the final version of a game, the version value should be “1.0.0” or higher and the current APK version should be higher than for any of the game’s previous releases.

Read more about this important recommendation after the jump.

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Game developer tip 5: Using proper versioning

Sony Ericsson supports independent developers

In developer forums worldwide, there is a huge activity and engagement in the open Android™ ecosystem. And we also know there are a lot of independent developers out there who are creating their own custom ROMs or modifying the kernel. The Sony Ericsson Developer program is following this community with great interest, and even though Sony Ericsson is not supporting all the activities by independent developers, we recognize that custom ROMs are a part of the Android ecosystem.

We therefore decided to assist a group of developers called “FreeXperia”. The overall open developer community is important to Sony Ericsson, and we hope to learn from it, and share knowledge ourselves. The FreeXperia group was supported with devices and technical know-how, and they are now in the process of creating custom ROMs based on the CyanogenMod for several of our latest Xperia™ phones, including Xperia™ PLAY and Xperia™ arc.

Karl-Johan Dahlström, Head of Developer Relations, explains more after the jump.

Important note: By unlocking your phone and running a custom ROM you may void the warranty. See your phone’s warranty statement for details.

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Sony Ericsson supports independent developers

PlayStation® Suite SDK for Xperia™ PLAY announced

Sony Computer Entertainment just announced that it will offer software development kits (SDK) for PlayStation ® Suite, called “PlayStation® Suite SDK”. Planned for this November, the PlayStation® Suite SDK will allow you to create content and certify hardware for PlayStation® Certified devices. Developer World sees this as a great tool to support you as a game developer, whether you’re a beginner or expert programmer.

Read more about the Playstation® Suite SDK after the jump.

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PlayStation® Suite SDK for Xperia™ PLAY announced
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