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GDC Europe 2013 Session Scheduler

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Nintendo Wii U Application Development with HTML and JavaScript (Presented by Nintendo of Europe GmbH)

Martin Buchholz  |  Manager of Developer Relations & Support, Nintendo of Europe GmbH
Svyetoslav Pidgornyy  |  Assistant Manager Application Development, Nintendo of Europe GmbH


Location: Sdliches Sitzungszimmer

Format: Sponsored Session
Track: Programming
Vault Recording: Not Recorded


The development environment for Nintendo consoles has historically been limited to programming languages such as C and C++ that can yield high performance, but also require longer development cycles. Technologies such as HTML and JavaScript have empowered a whole new wave of developers that have previously been excluded from Nintendo console development - until now! This session will introduce a new way of rapidly developing Wii U applications that takes full advantage of unique Wii U features while reducing development times significantly.