Cisco Unified Application Environment

Forums

Following are instructions and links to help you access forums to interact with developers from Cisco and our customers and partners to:

  • Read current discussions to keep up with what’s happening in the developer community and learn from others’ experiences and interactions.
  • Search for information in the historical forum archive to solve your problems and answer your questions.
  • Post questions to get help and ideas from the developer community, or post answers to others’ questions.
  • Proactively post valuable information and experience you’ve gained to contribute to the developer community knowledge base.
  • Post suggestions for product enhancements you’d like to see.

Cisco Unified Application Environment Forums

Forum: Developing Applications and Plug-Ins Using The Cisco Unified Application Environment

This is the forum you will access most often. It covers all discussions related to developing applications and plug-ins using the Cisco Unified Application Environment. This forum is offered as a Yahoo Group. You can read all the forum messages as a guest. However, if you want to participate by posting messages, you will need to join the Yahoo Group for the Cisco Unified Application Environment. To join, just use the link below to visit the forum, and click the "Join This Group" button.
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Chat: Developing Applications and Plug-Ins Using The Cisco Unified Application Environment

You can also chat with developers who use the Cisco Unified Application Environment. To do this, simply join our IRC channel, #cuae on Dalnet (irc.dal.net).

Forum: Making Money As A CTDP Partner

This forum covers discussions on how to co-promote your applications with Cisco, and how to resell Cisco products to offer a complete customer solution and earn margins on Cisco product sales as well as sales of your applications. This forum is offered through Cisco forums. You can read all the forum messages as a guest. However, if you want to participate by posting messages, you will need to register for a Cisco.com account. If you have registered to download the SDK software and documentation, you already have what you need. If not, this is a very simple process and should require less than 5 minutes of your time. Simply click the following link to go to the registration page, and follow the instructions there to set up your Cisco.com account. Then return to this page to follow the link below to the Cisco forum. Register now!Open a Case
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