The right tool for the right job: Developer microsites get a facelift

Adobe AIR Development

Giddy-up! We just launched new microsites to better serve the BlackBerry® developer community and have given BlackBerry Jam Zone a facelift to make it easy to navigate to the tools you want.

We wanted to re-build the main page to bring you the answers you’re looking for:

  • How do I make money?
  • What are the development platform options and which one is right for me?
  • How do I participate in the community and collaborate with others?

Now new sites have been introduced for Adobe® AIR® and BlackBerry Java. Oh, and a BlackBerry Theme Studio website is on the way as well, so stay tuned…

Starting back at DevCon Americas we launched Native C/C++, Android Runtime and HTML5/WebWorks microsites designed to bring a targeted experience for these development audiences. These were just the beginning steps in updating our online tools to help you build for BlackBerry and PlayBook.

We built these microsites to:

  • Bring all of the documentation, samples, tutorials, downloads and API references into one convenient, integrated location
  • Ensure that the information is presented and organized in a way that makes sense for the community who is using the technology
  • Keep it simple! We’ve been working with the design groups from TAT to create a streamlined design to get you the information you’re looking for FAST!

These microsites will continually evolve based on your feedback, what’s important to you, and how you approach developing apps. You’ll see lots of improvements to all of our websites as we continue to focus on getting you the information you want, the way you want it. So, don’t be shy. Let us know what you would like to see.

About Tim N.

Tim leads Application Platform & Tools Product Management at Research In Motion. This includes APIs, Frameworks and Tools for the BlackBerry Platform. He can be found hanging out in the development forums or Twitter (@brcewane) trying to help out where he can and to bring your feedback into the next releases of BlackBerry tooling. You’ll also see Tim presenting various topics at the BlackBerry Developer Conferences and BlackBerry World so be sure to stop by and say hi. Just don’t start talking about cars or Batman or you won’t be able to get rid of him.

Join the conversation

Show comments Hide comments
+ -
  • http://blackberryhandhelds.co.uk/news/2012/02/13/tat-helps-rim-redesign-blackberry-developer-microsites/ TAT Helps RIM Redesign BlackBerry Developer Microsites | BlackBerry News from BlackBerryHandhelds.co.uk

    […] had revamped their BlackBerry Developers welcome homepage along with a few of the Microsites. Tim @ RIM’s DevBlog shared a bit of background on the updates and how this facelift is intended to help devs find the […]

  • http://blackberryrocks.com/2012/02/15/blackberry-jam-developer-microsites-redesigned-tat/ BlackBerry Jam & Developer Microsites Get Redesigned Courtesy Of TAT | BlackBerryRocks.com

    […] check out the BlackBerry Jam and Developer site at blackberry.com/developers or read more at the Inside BlackBerry Dev Blog! __spr_config = { pid: '4e8c6673396cef6ff5000432', title: 'BlackBerry Jam & Developer […]

  • http://nerdberry.net/2012/02/16/tat-gives-blackberry-jam-developer-microsites-redesigned-facelift/ TAT Gives BlackBerry Jam & Developer Microsites Redesigned Facelift | NerdBerry.net

    […] you want, the way you want it. So, don’t be shy. Let us know what you would like to see.viaInsideBB< ![CDATA[//>< !]]>Share/Bookmark Related […]

blog comments powered by Disqus