Finally Sony has released the PlayStation Suite Developer Program open beta. If you guys don’t know about SDK then let me clarify it out that it is a platform in which you can develop the application for that particular hardware to which the SDK belongs to. So now sony has enabled the coders to create games for the PS Vita, playstation certified smartphones, tablets and many more devices.
It’s also possible to test games and apps on the PS Vita and PlayStation-certified device but free games and apps are not allowed, only paid apps or free stuff are allowed. Sony bundles various UI libraries and the GameEngine2D for games using 2D graphics, Physics2D for 2D physical engine, and multiple sample games and apps in 2D and 3D. Also one more good news is that from today onwards the Developer Forums are also open, allowing coders to talk to Sony’s experts. The full version of the SDK will be released later in 2012. So as for now the SDK is available for PC only and it includes the PC Suite Studio and UI Composer for creating interfaces that take advantage of physical and touchscreen controls, as well as a simulator for testing out your handiwork.