Want to Win £20 000 with Opera?

By | March 25, 2009 | 10 Comments


From ChooseOpera

Betavine, a Vodafone Group R&D lab, is offering developers a chance to win £20,000 in a mobile widget competition.

Developers are invited to create widgets for the Opera for Mobile 9.5 platform, which is included on Nokia 6210, Nokia N78, Nokia N95 8gb and Nokia N96 devices.

Recources to get started
Have a look and use the following recources:

Also check out Betavine’s own “Get Started” page and the extensive Mobile Widgets User Experience Guidelines PDF document by Vodafone.

If this competition sounds like something for you, sign up at Betavine!

Thanks again to Daniel for sending this.

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  • http://blogriffic.com Salwa

    I would of definitely join this if i was an opera developer.

  • gah

    @Salwa, you don’t have to be an Opera developer. You only need to know web development. Opera widgets are basically just open web standards packaged in a specific way.

  • Daniel

    Yeah they are like Opera add-ons except there isnt as many so heres a way for mor to be created.

  • Kev

    There is a really easy to use tutorial with code on the Betavine website, so check out http://www.betavine.net/bvportal/web/guest/widgetzone/fortune_widget_tutorial for more details.

  • gah

    @Daniel

    They are NOT like Opera add-ons at all. They are widgets, which basically means open web standards packaged in a special way. W3C is standardizing widgets packaging too.

    What’s with the useless and retarded comments from ignorant fools?

  • Grrblt

    gah said:
    What’s with the useless and retarded comments from ignorant fools?

    You are aware that this is the internet, right?

  • Kev

    On that same Betavine website they have a short description of what is a Mobile Widget, useful guide for people wanting to know more.

    http://www.betavine.net/bvportal/web/guest/widgetzone/getstarted

    Also they are offering developers a chance to publish their Widgets to a wider audience (developers retain the IPR in the above competition).

  • Daniel

    I am sorry I do not know that much I am only 13.

  • Daniel

    I am sorry gah I am only 13 and do not know as much as you.

  • http://Www.Yahoo.Com nnaemeka

    I like to be one of the winner