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OpenSense SDK - http://www.HTCdev.com

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2nd June 2011, 06:44 PM   |  #1  
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Committed to the developer community, we're launching http://www.HTCdev.com and opening Sense to devs via OpenSense SDK #uplinq #HTC
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beat yea by 2 mins
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i like my thread title more...seems more appropriate...

On another note, i signed up for the notifications on their homepage or whatever.

What else does it seem like to you guys?
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wait... what? wtf is this?
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This coming on the heels of their decision to unlock all of its boot loaders shows that they are at the very least taking notice of the developer community. This will be great if it allows developers to customize the actual inner works of sense.
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Finally, now third party widgets can be scrollable.
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Talking HTC Common Controls
Pretty cool "HTC Common Controls" within the SDK



















from http://www.htcdev.com/dev-center/
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And apparently developing for the EVO 3D screen is supported:

"Be among the first to access the latest HTC technology with the Tablet pen API and Stereoscopic 3D display API and sample code."
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A Sense overlay for the Nexus S 4G would be fantastic!! (Yes, some of the Sense functionality is useful and would be cool...)

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