Monthly Archives: February, 2012
The offer closes at 11:59 PM EST on March 2nd. As long as you have your app submitted by then, you are still eligible. We’ve been getting a lot of tweets and emails about the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ offer. There are thousands of developers eligible for the offer, so it’s not surprising that the questions we’ve been hearing […]
The latest version of the BlackBerry® WebWorks™ for smartphones SDK — v2.3.1 for Microsoft® Windows and Mac is now available for download. This update contains a number of significant improvements desired by the WebWorks developer community. The BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Smartphones v.2.3 introduced an improved navigation mode for trackpad based navigation, as well as […]
Here’s a guest post from Fernando with a big developer announcement! – Ed. Olá!, I’m Fernando, originally from Brazil and now based in Canada as part of RIM’s Developer Relations team. My mission is helping to make this planet a better, connected, fun place to live. I am also a writer, photographer and avid bass […]
We are excited to announce the launch of the Scoreloop™ SDK 1.0 for BlackBerry® Native SDK for PlayBook OS. We have received a tremendous amount of feedback from you, our developer community, since the launch of the Scoreloop SDK Beta for the BlackBerry Native SDK for Tablet OS at BlackBerry DevCon Americas last October. Now […]
Web Inspector from BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 can improve performance, bug fixing and experience building
BlackBerry developers can use the Web Inspector utility to help to debug and profile web application content running on a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Find out about the BlackBerry developer activity that will be happening at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Looking at some of the past reasons why a developer might have set up separate builds for touch and non-touch devices, and explaining why a separate approach isn’t necessary today.
Check out a video demo of what web developers can really do to leverage some of the powerful hardware accelerated capabilities of the 2.0 browser.
The BlackBerry web platform for BlackBerry PlayBook tablet OS 2.0 supports WebGL – learn more about how to utilize this in your web development.
Getting started with BlackBerry web development, made even better by the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet OS 2.0 upgrade.