As part of its developer relations (DevRel) function, Xpring also created a community page where one can find the list of all upcoming events.
Engaging 20 mln developers
Ripple's product manager Warren Paul Anderson says that DevRel was created to further engage Xpring's "growing developer community." Anderson will lead the DevRel team, according to his recent tweet.
— Warren Paul Anderson (@warpaul) February 1, 2020
The forum will make it easier for devs to get a grasp of blockchain with product documentation, tutorials, and other types of useful content. This will allow the company to involve 20 mln developers around the globe.
"We are also increasing our presence at events globally - including hackathons, conferences and meetups - to meet and engage with you directly," Anderson wrote.
The evolution of Xpring
Xpring, which initially served as Ripple's investment arm, was turned into a developer platform back in October 2019 as part of its evolution. It launched a software development kit (SDK) for making it easy to integrate XRP payments.
As reported by U.Today, Xpring also debuted a wallet that allows developers to send and receive crypto, view balances and control transactions.