Meet, greet, and learn
Nokia X porting session at Developer Week 2014
Date: July 16, 2014
Join this session to get an introduction to the Nokia X platform, learn how it easy it is to port your Android apps, and get the tools and technical help you will need. Andreas Jakl of Vienna-based Mopius, specialists in Near Field Communications, will lead this session. You will learn how Nokia X is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), meaning the platform is compatible with approximately 75 per cent of current Android apps. And how Nokia X is already the top seller for its price segment in Russia, and third in India.
Lumia App Labs: SensorCore SDK beta
Date: July 8, 2014
Join this webinar to learn about the new Lumia SensorCore SDK beta – announced at the Microsoft Build conference in April and now publicly available for all developers. This new SDK takes advantage of a low-powered hardware core in some of our latest devices, like the Lumia 930 and 630, enabling power- and memory-efficient tracking of motion and location data. In combination with what’s already included in Windows Phone 8.1, this SDK allows you to create outstanding quantified-self and self-logging apps, for example. In this webinar we’ll show how to get started with the SDK and work with the APIs.
Intro to Nokia X Platform 2.0 and Tools
Date: July 3, 2014
Welcome to Nokia X Software Platform 2.0! In this webinar we’ll provide a detailed introduction to the new release of Nokia X platform, show you the first devices built on the new release, and help you to get started developing. In live demonstrations we’ll show how to install and configure your development environment and Nokia tools. You’ll learn similarities and differences of Nokia X compared with other development platforms and learn how easy it is to publish your existing Android app for Nokia X. We’ll demonstrate how to test and port your app and explain the capabilities and specifics of Nokia APIs: Nokia Notification Service, In-App Payment and HERE Maps.
Nokia Asha idea to app: Imaging
Date: May 20, 2014
Bring your ideas to life with the APIs and additional memory available for development on the Nokia Asha platform. Join this webinar to learn how much you can do in the area of imaging, with the Image Scaling API and the Image Processing API. You’ll also get detailed guidelines on how to work with the camera interface and how to create special effects and filters.
Healthcare apps for Nokia X and Asha
Date: May 13, 2014
Healthcare apps for Nokia X and Nokia Asha phones present a great opportunity to help improve the lives of millions of users around the world. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the fundamentals of mobile healthcare apps and give you an overview of the opportunities and challenges involved in developing such apps for Nokia phones. We’ll open the webinar with an introduction to the fundamentals of mobile healthcare, an overview of opportunities and challenges of developing apps for wellness and mobile health, and the role of mobile platforms in enabling health and healthcare apps. Then we will dig into specific techniques available when developing such apps for Nokia X and Nokia Asha platforms. We’ll demonstrate different approaches available to developers targeting the two platforms by examining a Blood Pressure Diary app, which is implemented for Nokia X and Nokia Asha. As part of that discussion we’ll show how to retrieve heart-rate data from medical devices using Bluetooth technology.
Push notifications on Nokia X
Date: May 6, 2014
The Nokia Notifications API enables you to implement Push notifications in your Nokia X apps. Nokia Notifications consists of a client API and a server API. If you’re already using Google Cloud Messaging in an Android app, you can port or even add Nokia Notifications to the same code base and APK. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to use Nokia Notifications in your Nokia X apps and walk you through example code provided in the Nokia X SDK.
DIY Asha app usability studies
Date: April 29, 2014
You want your Nokia Asha apps to deliver superior user experiences and to outperform competing applications. That means this webinar is for you. The session explains how you can improve your applications with simple and easy-to-conduct DIY usability studies, requiring little budget and no previous usability knowledge.