Facebook launches FbStart, a program providing up to $30,000 in free tools and services for app developers

At its F8 conference today, Facebook announced FbStart, a new program to help app developers. The program provides up to $30,000 in free tools and services “to get your app up and running fast.” The program wasn’t created by just Facebook. Partners include Parse (naturally), as well as Adobe, Appurify, Asan, BlueJeans, Salesforce Desk, MailChimp, Quip, Proto.io, Survey Monkey, userTesting, and Workable. FbStart includes two tracks. The Bootstrap Track is for developers just starting out. It includes a free package of tools and services worth up to $5,000, including: Access to Facebook Start to Success Program Parse credit Adobe Creative...

This story continues at The Next Web

from The Next Web http://ift.tt/1pPbvJS


0 Kommentare:

Kommentar veröffentlichen