android developers challenge 2

by jonathan » Fri, 10 Jul 2009 14:15:56 GMT


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 I can not find a dedicated group for android developers challenge 2,
so I'm posting the questions here:
1.are apps that rely on web service or do heavy backend processing on
a remote server eligible?
2.are web sites that's optimized for android/smart phone eligible?  so
the client side may simply be a light weight gui that opens the
browser to the site.
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android developers challenge 2

by Yusuf T. Mobile » Sat, 11 Jul 2009 00:41:56 GMT


 I am not an official nor a judge, but from my reading of the
preliminary rules posted so far, leveraging a server does not render
your entry ineligible.



Yusuf Saib
Android
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android developers challenge 2

by jonathan » Sat, 11 Jul 2009 06:24:50 GMT


 Yusuf,
thanks for the reply.    would a website designed for gphone/smart
phone be eligible?

-Jonathan





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