Monthly Archives: June, 2012
Recapping the London, UK stop of the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour.
Today’s tip is about namespaces in QML and how they can be utilized to avoid name clashes.
Registration is now open for the Cape Town and Dubai stops of the BlackBerry® Jam World Tour. The show will be in Dubai on July 10th at The Address Dubai Marina. After that, we’ll be in Cape Town on July 31st at the Westin Cape Town. We’ve still have a few seats open for the […]
BlackBerry® Runtime for Android Applications now supports the Android In-App Billing APIs in the recently-released 2.1.0 developer beta build.
Demonstrating the best ways to internationalize your BlackBerry WebWorks application.
In addition to developing applications with Adobe® Flash® Builder®, the BlackBerry® 10 SDK beta for Adobe® AIR® also gives you the option to integrate with FDT 5. FDT 5 is a flexible development toolkit in Eclipse™ for interactive developers. In my personal experience, FDT has a great work flow. The advanced refactoring capabilities, ASDoc support, […]
Good news! We’ve just launched registration for the final stop of the BlackBerry® 10 Jam World Tour in Asia Pacific – Sydney, Australia. On Thursday July 12, the World Tour crew will be jamming with you at Four Points By Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour. Expect sessions that provide you insights into the BlackBerry® 10 platform; […]
Patrick Mollins, one of our Developer Evangelists, had a chat with Mippin (the folks behind the BlackBerry® App Generator) about building on the BlackBerry® 10 Dev Alpha device. David Mannl, the CTO of Mippin, also shared his advice for new developers considering the BlackBerry 10 platform. [YouTube link for mobile viewing]
Recapping the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour event in Paris, France.
Jason Scott of RIM has been made an official committer to the jQuery Mobile Project.