BlackBerry 10 Samples Galore

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We know you need samples to learn from, borrow from, and modify. During the BlackBerry® 10 Jam in Orlando, we released many samples to help you start building for BlackBerry 10. More samples are in the queue but I wanted to give you a summary of the ones available today.

All code samples have been released under Open Source. Most of them use Apache Software License 2; a few use other licenses for different reasons.

Cascades™ – Samples released include:

  • Cascades-Samples: This repository has most of the official Cascades samples. The samples come directly from the team designing Cascades and are infused with that TAT ‘style’. There are 15 samples. Samples were highlighted during the Super Jam session (video).
  • Cascades-Community-Samples: These samples are contributions from the community. The first contribution corresponds to the demo from Macadamian presented during the Super Jam session. The demo shows how to integrate OpenGL with Cascades (video).

BlackBerry 10 Native SDK – Samples released include:

HTML5 – Samples released:

Want to learn more? Check out the schedule for the BlackBerry 10 Jam RoadShow.

About Eduardo P-L.

Eduardo joined BlackBerry from Oracle where he was Architect for Open Source and Community in the Application Platform Group for Oracle. Before Oracle Eduardo was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems where he participated and led projects in multiple areas including IDEs, OS, Java, many JSRs and in Open Source. Eduardo's Open Source activities include leading an early engagement at Sun with XEmacs and LGPL, participating in the creation of Apache Tomcat and being the engineering manager for Hudson - he is still involved in Jenkins - and the architect for Open Source and community strategy for Sun's middleware products, including GlassFish. Eduardo has a PhD from UC Berkeley, and a MSc and a BS from Universidad Simon Bolivar, in Venezuela.

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