We want to kickstart 2019 with a huge thank you to all the Sendbird developers. As of today, there are over 40,000 developers who are using Sendbird to integrate chat into their products and the support we’ve received from the community over the years has been astounding.
Sendbird was founded with the mission to digitize human interactions – to help people and businesses interact, communicate, and build relationships across the distances that can sometimes separate people who are as digitally engaged as we are now. Over the past 5 years, since our founding, we’ve witnessed the innovative ways that companies have used Sendbird’s chat API across a number of industries and use cases.
And now, we’d love to learn more about what Sendbird has enabled you to do! In an effort to highlight the Sendbird developer community, we’re launching the Sendbird developer spotlight series. Show us the ways you’re using Sendbird to help connect people, businesses, etc. and if your project is chosen, we’ll reward you with some cool prizes!
Projects old or new, big and small, we want to hear about them all!
If your project is selected to be featured, you’ll receive some awesome prizes
- $100 amazon card
- Dedicated developer spotlight blog article featuring you and your project
- Sendbird T-shirts, pens, and stickers oh my!
If you’ve already built your project, no problem! But, if you haven’t yet, bonus points for keeping us updated along your journey via social media by using hashtag #SendbirdDeveloper on Twitter or Facebook.
Need some inspiration?
Are you going to build an app that connects your community? The next big logistics or ecommerce app? The potential use cases are endless. Whether you’re creating the next global ride-sharing app or tinder for Dogs (yes it’s a real app), you’ll have to start somewhere. Dream big, start small.
With so many ideas teeming in your brain, you might think, “Where do I want to begin?”
Here are some quick links to help you get started.
- Check out the Solutions Page for project ideas
- Here’s a guide with sample apps to get started quickly
- Quick Tutorials
Due date and how to submit
We’ll be reviewing the first set of entries by Friday, February 22nd. If you need any help, or just want to share your idea, let us know on Twitter or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers and happy building!
You can submit your entry on this handy dandy form. Or, if you prefer a big button:
We can’t wait to see what you’ve come up with!