Are you active on Stack Overflow? This Q&A site for professional and enthusiast programmers is where you’ll find Support Engineer Robert McCain and the rest of our Support Engineering team here at Sony, actively monitoring the site for new questions. Stack Overflow has tons of technical questions and answers regarding Sony’s API and SDK-related resources. And if you can’t find the answer you need, posting and tagging your question here is the best way to get it answered.
Do you have a question about developing apps for a Sony smartphone, tablet, camera, or SmartWear accessory? Do you need assistance using Sony’s Add-on SDK, SmartEyeglass SDK, Remote Device Lab, or another developer tool or service from Sony? Our Support Engineers are ready to give you the support that you need on our Stack Overflow page.
Before you post a question on Stack Overflow, first be sure to search for your answer. If you can’t find an answer, you can post your question, determine what category it fits in, and use these corresponding tags in the Tags field:
- For SmartWatch 2 and SmartWatch 3 questions, use the tags “sony” and “sony-smartwatch.”
- For Google TV questions, use the tags “sony” and “google-tv.”
- For Camera Add-on API (Sony Add-on SDK) questions, use the tag “sony.”
- For IR remote API (Sony Add-on SDK) questions, use the tag “sony.”
- For Small App API (Sony Add-on SDK) questions, use the tag “sony.”
- For the SmartEyeglass SDK, use the tags “sony” and “sony-smarteyeglass.”
Once your question is added to Stack Overflow and tagged with “Sony”, it appears on Developer World’s Stack Overflow page almost instantly. After that, someone in the Stack Overflow community, or a Sony engineer working on the related topic, may answer your question. This way, your question, along with our answer, can be shared, viewed and used by many people. In addition, the latest Sony-tagged Stack Overflow questions are displayed on the front page of Developer World Mobile.
Latest Sony-tagged Stack Overflow questions shown on Developer World Mobile.
Finally, please note that Stack Overflow is not an official manufacturer forum, and we advise that you keep questions developer-oriented. And for tips on how to ask Stack Overflow questions, see our previous Stack Overflow blog post.