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New Graphical UI for CloudPebble and Other Goodies!

September 10th, 2014Graphically build your user interfaces using CloudPebble!Hi Pebble Devs!

We've been busy since our last update, and we've got plenty of news to share with you!

We recently launched a feature in CloudPebble that lets you build interfaces in CloudPebble by drag and drop! This makes it easier than ever to start building your Pebble apps.

The UI editor will take the layout you build and generate a C file from it, which you can use to build anything you like. The generated code can be exported from CloudPebble, and can be used in both CloudPebble and the native SDK.

To get started, head to CloudPebble, create a project and add a new Window Layout from the sidebar. You can read more about it on our blog.

Read on for more of what we've been up to.

Happy Developing!
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Google Apps for Business: Ranked #1 in cloud business email by research firm Radicati

Google Apps for Business:
Ranked #1 in cloud business email by research firm Radicati Dear Isaac,

With many companies looking to the cloud for their email needs, research firm Radicati has evaluated the options out there.

Out of 14 key players they have ranked Google Apps for Business #1 in cloud business email.

Here are some of the reasons why: Built for the cloud. Google Apps was designed as a cloud-based service from the ground up, so IT departments don't need to spend time and money maintaining desktop components.Consistent and familiar. Apps delivers the same experience across devices, operating systems and browsers, and many employees already use Google at home.A complete package. Apps includes file storage and sharing with Google Drive, real-time collaboration with Google Docs and custom business email with Gmail. A huge thanks to Radicati for the thumbs-up and, of course, to the more than 5 million businesses that have gone Google.

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