2018 was a great year for the Samsung Developer Program Blog with industry experts in design, marketing, and programming sharing lessons learned and best practices. We’ve got more great content planned for 2019, but before we flip the calendar to next year, let’s take a look back at the top posts from the last twelve months. Thanks for reading!
Once a body double for Christian Slater (true story!), Tony is now a seasoned watch face and theme designer who joined the Developer Relations Team as a Senior Evangelist this October. Moving forward, you’ll find his work here in the blog, but his biggest role will be meeting you and other developers at our 2019 live events. Read on to find out how Tony made his way to Samsung.
Veteran designer, Chris Shomo, shares a number of great tips on how to make a great watch face, as well as what to avoid. Chris has over 230 watch faces for sale, so if you’re looking for advice on someone who knows the business, he’s your man.
One of the best – and most-affordable – ways of shooting 360-degree video is the Samsung Gear 360 Camera. But recording great content is only half the battle – the real magic happens during the editing process. This article contains some great tips on editing 360-degree video in a way that will have your friends thinking you’re the next James Cameron.
Samsung Themes can be quite lucrative for top designers. One of those top designers is 2Thumbz, which has a tremendously successful partnership with the NCAA. In this “Devs Doing It Right” post, Sam Pasquale gives his candid thoughts on what it’s like to work with the NCAA license.
Several cool, new products were unveiled at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018, and Senior Director of Developer Relations, Lori Fraleigh recapped the highlights. Learn about the S Pen, updates to Bixby, and more.
It’s easy to create a Galaxy Watch Face, but it takes a lot of talent and hard work to create one that both looks great and sells well. Andrew Roe writes about lessons learned in this highly-informative “Devs Doing It Right” post.
Mobile commerce had another record-breaking year in 2018. Visa’s Matt Smith shares his thoughts on strategic partnerships and the importance of making sure your app keeps information secure everywhere you want to be.
Chances are pretty good that you’re a fan of artificial intelligence or making money – perhaps you even enjoy both! If so, this entry in the Source Code series from the Weather Channel’s Kevin Crenshaw will be right up your (tornado) alley. #WeatherJokesFTW
Monotype Product Management Director, Vivek Vadakkuppattu answers questions about best practices for AR and VR development. There’s plenty of good information for new and seasoned developers in this “Source Code” article.
Technical Evangelist Josue Bustos introduces himself, the “Source Code” series, and makes a few predictions for 2018. How did his prognostications fare? Check out the blog and decide for yourself.