Over the weekend, we ran a small competition where we asked you to use your Opera Widgets skills to solve our "Case of Widget Identity". We got a lot of correct answers. We narrowed them down to five lucky and creative winners. Congratulations to:
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It's time to identify some Opera Widgets. Take a look at the screenshot below. You will see a wide range of widgets lined up. Can you help us identify all of them in the picture below? The best and most accurate answers will be rewarded with some cool Opera swag.
Hint: The Opera Widgets website has all the clues...
Submit your answer by Monday, March 14 2011, 09:00 AM GMT.
Best of luck to all participants! Have fun!
Each week during the competition, three netbooks (Samsung NC20) bundled each with a Nokia N96 handset, will be awarded to the three best new Widgets entered into the Competition (on Betavine) and uploaded to the Vodafone widgets developer platform.
Even if you don’t win (or want to compete), you can still upload and feature your Widget(s) on widgets.opera.com.
It's time to announce the winners of our X-Widgets Challenge. After 3 fantastic weekly prize winners, we have now been able to choose the top-3. Judging on various criteria, the jury spent a good amount of time testing the Widgets, making sure they were cross-platform compatible.
Anyway, we are proud to present the winners of our X-Widgets challenge. Thank you so much for your contributions. Spend your prize wisely.
The Opera Widgets SDK makes it even easier to create widgets of various complexity, using known and practiced Web standards, that can run across devices.
The kit is still in development, so we invite your feedback to ensure the final release fits your needs. Learn more and share your thoughts at Dev.Opera.
Opera Widgets SDK beta is supported by Opera 9.5 (and above) and you can grab it here.
Opera is an interesting organization. We got a heap of cool people working in different departments. One department in particular has many... interesting individuals. This is the home of the Desktop Team. They've been working on every kid's dream: An arcade machine (running Opera Widgets).
The arcade itself will have
The Amiga 1000 a computer running with the Opera browser so they can access all their favorite Widgets.
Follow the progress in the Opera Widget Arcade blog. Besides blogging, they've also uploaded photos:
This is good stuff.
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