Getting in the Evernote Trunk

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Talk delivered at the 2012 Evernote Trunk Conference at the SF Design Center. Overview for developers on building great apps and how to get listed in the Evernote suggested app lists in the Evernote …

Talk delivered at the 2012 Evernote Trunk Conference at the SF Design Center. Overview for developers on building great apps and how to get listed in the Evernote suggested app lists in the Evernote Trunk site.

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  • 1. Getting into theEvernote Trunk CHRIS TRAGANOS Senior Web Developer • Evernote Platform Team
  • 2. Overview1.What is the Evernote Trunk2.How to make a great app3.Benefits for Developers4.Get your app listed
  • 3. Evernote TrunkOur showcase of products that help you do more with Evernote
  • 4. Collections of Apps
  • 5. Apps: Curated and vetted apps that work with Evernote
  • 6. Hardware: Scanners and devices to help you save anything into Evernote.
  • 7. Not just a website,it’s built into Evernote.
  • 8. trunk.evernote.com
  • 9. Evernote for Mac
  • 10. Evernote for Windows
  • 11. Evernote for iPad
  • 12. Build appswith Evernote
  • 13. Millions of our users explore the Evernote Trunk
  • 14. This is great exposure for developers
  • 15. Make great apps.Build a great product, work with us, we want you to succeed!
  • 16. Vetting Critera for new Trunk apps• Design: Is the application polished, visually appealing, and easy to use?• Effective User of the Evernote Platform: Does the app take advantage of the functionality offered in our API?• Utility: Is the app compelling and/or indispensable?• Originality of concept: Is the app unique and/or innovative?
  • 17. Trunk Detail PageOverview of what makes a great listing for an app in theEvernote Trunk.
  • 18. Benefits for Developers New resources and tools for the Evernote Dev community
  • 19. We have a greatcommunity of developers!
  • 20. dev.evernote.com• Rebuilt and frequently updated by our editorial and technical review teams• Chapters, examples, and walkthroughs for gaining a better understanding of the Evernote API• First step in seeking details and support from the Evernote developer community• Represents the up to date features and functions available for Developers
  • 21. SDKs & Samplesgithub.com/evernote• Our community supported code repositories• Chapters, examples, and walkthroughs for gaining a better understanding of the Evernote API• First step in seeking details and support from the Evernote developer community• Represents the up to date features and functions available for Developers to use in the Evernote API
  • 22. EVERNOTEDeveloper Forums• The primary place you can get feedback and clarification regarding the Evernote API• Our dev relations and support teams actively replies and keeps track of current topics• Evernote developers and core engineers also review and answer questions.• Our community forums teams has over 150 beta testers that have offered to test out new Evernote integrations
  • 23. Get listed in theEvernote TrunkThe practical steps for developers
  • 24. Trunk App Listings: How to• Go to dev.evernote.com and review the Trunk info page: http://dev.evernote.com/benefits/trunk.php• Submit your Trunk listing entry form on the site• Questions can be directed to trunk@evernote.com or @evernote_dev• Our developer advocate team will follow up and review your product
  • 25. Continue to build a better product, we want to feature your app.
  • 26. Our Feedback Missionfor the Evernote Trunk: We won’t say “No”, We’ll say “Not Yet”.
  • 27. We are here to help!
  • 28. Thank you! Chris Traganos @ctraganos