It’s almost a month that the “BTicino wiring devices” app is been released and I would to share my experience with you. In the app the user can choose his favourite BTicino plate, customize it and test on his wall.
I’ve recently read a report about gaming and TVs that adds some details to a list of notes/considerations I would write (also to remind them to myself). This is a recap of the past year, as you know there’re lot of news from the 2013 edition of the CES.
Here the possibilities I found at the GDC Europe 2012.
At the GDC lot of talks were about how to monetize freemium games (and why you have to offer freemium ones instead of premium ones). I want to share with you just some notes took at the conference that are a good starting point for more thoughts.
Just returned from tne GDC Europe 2012. It’s a very interesting conference. It was the first time for me and these days at Cologne were pretty good.
UPDATE: starting from January 1st 2013 LG no more supports AIR…
Adobe says that the Flash Platform is really suitable for a pletora of platforms and that the smart TVs are a turning-point into the framework roadmap. But if you search on the web you only find the Adobe announcements and some video on the Adobe TV site…
At the time I’m writing (this post will become obsolete in a while) I want to deploy the last Creeo’s app on the TV. It’s a Starling-based game but… Which smart TVs support AIR 3.0 today? (May 2012) Only the LG ones! Ok but which LGs? Moreless you have to guess, I’m not joking…
I faced those doubts/problems all my own (with some problems) so it’s time to share my little experience with the hope of helping someone.