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Mobile Development Contest Winners
We finally have our mobile contest winners!
First of all, I would like to thank everyone who participated, we had many great entries and our judges had their work cut out for them deciding on the best ones.
3rd place award:
Our 3rd place prize goes to Kemal Taskin with RadioTunes SDK for iOS – a radio streaming engine with support for the http and mms protocols. One of our judges wrote:
Compared with the other components this is one that provides the greatest value to a developer because of the complexity of interfacing with FFmpeg.
The 3rd place award is a package worth over 3,500$, including 500$ in cash.
Our runner-up award goes to Yaroslav Sivokhin with AsyncMVP – an asynchronous message-based module system base on an MVP template for the android platform. The judges really liked this one -
For me this project is a highlight, since although it seems to be in an early stage of development, turns Android application development on its head and introduces modern programming paradigms that have proven successful for years to the Android world. It’s a bold move into a completely new direction of Android app development, and I’m excited to see where this is going.
The runner-up award is a package worth close to 6,000$, including 1,000$ in cash.
Grand prize winner:
Our grand prize goes to Nick Lockwood with iCarousel. iCarousel is a simple, highly customizable, data-driven 3D carousel view for both iOS and Mac OS. Quoting one of the judges:
This is a really great submission – it provides a unique UI element that is highly customizable and looks really good. The code is great, very easy to understand and use, and aligns with many iOS design patterns.
The grand prize award is a huge package worth close to 11,500$, including 1,500$ in cash.
Thanks again to all the participants and the judges who helped us make this contest a success and our great sponsors who made this contest possible. Specifically, we would like to thank Amazon AWS, Tropo and Appsfire for their significant contributions and our other sponsors. We look forward to continuing this tradition and bring you great prizes for the best contributions of source-code.