The BlackBerry Style 9670 smartphone features the BlackBerry® 6 operating system, and enables richer Java® applications, advanced graphical capabilities, and of course, the highly touted web experience with BlackBerry® WebWorks™ platform and a browser supporting HTML5 and CSS3. This post covers the basics of developer for a BlackBerry flip series smartphone.
Developers are already building BlackBerry PlayBook apps.
BlackBerry PlayBook developer promotion information. Learn what you need to do to get a free BlackBerry PlayBook!
BlackBerry PlayBook apps demo during Adobe MAX Monday keynote by Mike Lazaridis, Co-CEO of RIM, and Kevin Lynch, CTO of Adobe. Demo showcases apps built in Adobe AIR, as well as the multimedia capabilities of the BlackBerry PlayBook.
BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR download and getting started guide details.
BlackBerry at Adobe Max 2010 in Los Angeles. Scheduled sessions will discuss developing applications for the BlackBerry Playbook with the BlackBerry Tablet OS.
The Colorado BlackBerry® Developer Group will hold its first meeting on Tuesday, October 19th starting at 7:00 PM.
The Barcode Capture API included with BlackBerry® 6 has the ability for developers to integrate scanning and generating 1D and 2D barcodes inside their app. Find out how!
The BlackBerry® Developer Groups program was showcased at BlackBerry DEVCON 2010. Watch the video here!
Interview with foursquare developer Peter Nofelt at BlackBerry DEVCON 2010.
Interview with BlackBerry developers at BlackBerry DEVCON 2010 about the show and its announcements, including the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook.
BlackBerry Developer Days will be taking place in Europe, Africa and Latin America throughout October and November!
BlackBerry DEVCON 2010 wrap up with Mike Kirkup, Director of Developer Relations and Tyler Lessard, VP Alliances and Developer Relations.
Ian McDonald, Manager of Developer Programs at RIM, interviews to prominent members of the BlackBerry development community: Peter Strange and Bryan Tafel.