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BlueVia and HP bring a webOS HackEvening to London on July 11th

by Tim Stiffler-Dean Wed, 06 Jul 2011 8:37 pm EDT

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Developers in the London area, listen up: BlueVia, a company that provides information, API's and a testing platform to help make mobile app launches a success, is hosting a TouchPad-friendly, webOS HackEvening this Monday, July 11th in London, England. They'll be giving London developers a chance to go hands-on with an HP TouchPad for themselves, see some presentations on webOS 3.0 App Development, and get connected with a large network of developers that are there to help each other grow (and compete with each other, of course). Something else that's cool with this event, HP Engineers will be on hand as well to give tours of the device and SDK. 

With 42 openings left to register for the event, space available is going fast, so head over to the information page (in our source link) to get more details and sign up. There are some pre-requisites before arriving at the event as well, so click through the break to read the full Press Release, and then let us know in the comments if you'll be there. Be sure to check out our webOS Events page for July as well. We've updated it to add a few more events to the list, and hope to see you at a few of them this month!

BlueVia WebOS HackEvening 11th July 18:30-21:30 TechHub London

Interested in developing for WebOS? Want to learn how you can monetise your App using BlueVia API's? Want to see the HP TouchPad in the UK before anyone else? Want to meet other WebOS developers based in UK & Europe? If you've answered yes, what are you waiting for, sign up now at http://blueviawebos.eventbrite.com We'll have WebOS and BlueVia engineers hosting live coding sessions to help you get the best out of Enyo and BlueVia API's.

This is the first of hopefully many BlueVia - WebOS Hack events however as we only have a few hours speed is the name of the game for this event, you need to arrive ready to code:

Prerequisites for the event:

1. Download, install and configure the WebOS 3.0 SDK

2. Register on BlueVia.com (https://bluevia.com/en/user/register)

3. Read the documentation and sample code on BlueVia.com (https://bluevia.com/en/knowledge/APIs)

The event is being hosted at the TechHub (http://techhub.com) located in the heart of London's Silicon Roundabout. Location: TechHub

Ground Floor 76-80 City Rd

EC1Y 2BJ London

United Kingdom Monday, July 11, 2011 from 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM