AT&T has launched a new developer program website with a redesign based on developer’s feedback.
The new website features a live chat tool for developers to get answers to application questions in real time, a help ticket system for more complex technical issues, a developer ‘sandbox’ to test and receive feedback on network-enabled applications, and the AT&T Development Center for universities to improve support for the education community.
Developers can now submit applications for distribution through AT&T storefronts and programs through the Developer Dashboard. The dashboard offers streamlined on-boarding processes, click-through agreements and status reports that developers can review and accept online.
“The AT&T Developer Program has long been recognized as a leading resource for mobile application developers,” said Carlton Hill, vice president, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets.
“But as the growth in the application industry continues to skyrocket and the environment becomes more complex, we are putting more emphasis on easy access to knowledge and toolsets, and streamlined paths to commercialization.”