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Sony Unveils PlayStation Suite SDK Developer Program Presentation


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145w ago - Following up on our previous article, this weekend [Register or Login to view links] has made available a [Register or Login to view links] slideshow of their Developer Program for the PlayStation Suite SDK.

To quote: Thank you very much for your interest in the Developer Program for PlayStation Suite (PS Suite). The Developer Program for PS Suite will provide content developers PlayStation Suite SDK (PS Suite SDK), a set of development tools and software libraries.

We will release the open beta version of PS Suite SDK to content developers in April 2012 and the official version later this year. Contents developed with the official version of PS Suite SDK will be distributed through PlayStation Store and can be enjoyed on PlayStation Certified devices, as well as PlayStation Vita.

Please refer to the GDC 2012 presentation slides (PDF 4.7MB) for details.

Finally, from tthousand via PSX-Scene (linked above) on the SDK contents:

PS Suite Studio (IDE based on MonoDevelop)

  • Debugger
  • Project Template

PS Suite UI Composer (UI Design Tool)

  • Simulator
  • Library (Core APIs, High Level APIs)

C# Toolchain (compiler, linker, etc.)

  • Documentation
  • Development guide

  • API Reference
  • Samples
  • Demo Games, Demo Applications
  • Note: Currently, only Windows environments are supported





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#22 - GrandpaHomer - 140w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by dante489 View Post
so sharing our apps won't be hard or am i missing something ?


We can indeed - but only until Public beta will close - after that you'd need to pay a yearly license fee to be able to run apps on Vita.

#21 - dante489 - 140w ago
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but we can share our source codes and compile them and then install them with our own Ps suite development assistant right ? so sharing our apps won't be hard or am i missing something ?

#20 - Lucifer Kain - 140w ago
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I've just run some sample demos on the vita as Ezio said you can do apps and homebrew, however you can only install anything on the vita itself through the Ps suite development assistant.

#19 - GrandpaHomer - 140w ago
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Well - yes ... and ... no.

You CAN run the apps (either your own or demo apps supplied with the kit) on any Vita but ... not directly but via supplied launch app Called PS Suite Dev and it will indeed guard what and where exactly are you running.

Also - once the beta will end you'll be unable to do so without paying the yearly fee of $99 which though (comparing to usual dev kit prices) is still peanuts if you're really interested in developing and you can actully even get your final product(s) published (and sold) on PS store - sweet, isn't it?

Theoretically - as long as Sony will not block it in some way (or link your kit to your particular Vita) you should be still able to distribute the SLN project to others to use it via Dev app but they'd need to purchase the $99 license as well to be able to run it, but there is no way of producing the "native" signed Vita app with this directly.

#18 - Ezio - 140w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by ps3hen View Post
Wow, you can make programs for the PSVita with this SDK and can run them on a regular PSVita, is Sony allowing HB?

Yes, you can do apps and homebrews, however I think Sony won't let you get root privileges to hack the console ... hehehe
I just downloaded it!

 

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