Porting this from the Safenetforum .
To support developers MaidSafe has introduced a new site, called the SAFE Developer Hub, available at https://hub.safedev.org. It is the location for information about applications being developed, and provides advice and guidance on the technical framework for the SAFE Network and its APIs. The SAFE Developer Hub enables developers to share ideas and expertise to improve the effectiveness of application development.
The Portal focuses on three key areas:
1.Consolidating information: The site provides information on key aspects of the SAFE Network such as the Authenticator, Vaults and the network flavours of local, mock and testnets.
2.Clearing pathways for developers: The site will soon start out with a bootstrapping guide focusing on four key areas: understanding the SAFE Network; Developing on the platform; Testing applications; and deploying applications.
3.Preferred programming language/platform: Developers can easily access their preferred platform and programming language via icons on the site and link to each of the GitHub repositories for each of the components. There are links to the RFCs (Request for Comments) and information about licensing and the various defensive patents MaidSafe has in place.