NHL Shopify developer unveils new app for developers to create mobile apps for the game-changing consumer-focused marketplace
NHL Shopified developer Scott Meek, who has worked on NHL, NHL Hockey Ultimate Team, NHL 14 and the NHL 12/13, has announced a new app to help developers create apps for Hockey Ultimate League, the latest iteration of the popular hockey-themed digital platform.
The app will be available this week and offers the following features: 1) Create, test, and publish a game with your favorite players, 2) Create and test your own leagues, 3) Create your own game modes, 4) Create a custom jersey, and 5) Create an app that helps players and fans participate in the game.
“I’m excited to share with you the new NHL Shop.
Now that NHL Shop is available for developers, we’re ready to bring it to life.
As a new developer, we have been tasked with building a complete and simple app to build an NHL App.
This new app will give you the tools to create your own apps that are compatible with Hockey Ultimate.
I hope you enjoy the app,” Meek said in a statement.
The NHL Shop will feature all the same basic features of a hockey-specific NHL app.
It will also include the option to create leagues, manage players, and store their stats and stats files.
But, as a new player enters the fray, the app will also offer the ability to create player profile, which allows players to share their stats.
The app also features the ability for players to create custom jerseys.
Players will be able to create their own teams, leagues, and custom jerseys and share those to their social media followers, Meek told The Verge.
Users will also be able create custom teams, teams, and jerseys.
The apps will be free to download and developers will be eligible to win an app developer badge that will allow them to create and sell their apps.
The badges will be awarded through NHL Shop’s NHL Shop developer contest.
Meek has been a part of the NHL Shop team since 2013, when the team acquired the NHL rights from Disney, the world’s largest sports content company.
He joined the NHL shop team in 2017 and led the creation of NHL Shop for the NBA League Pass app.
The company announced in March that it was acquired by a private equity firm that plans to invest $100 million in the company.