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It has been just over one month since we announced the first of a series of webcasts dedicated to creating applications using the astonishing Cascades™ UI framework for BlackBerry® 10.

The first webcast focused on the Cascades framework at a high level; how it works, what it can do, and what makes it a fantastic development approach. The second webcast delved deeper into the technical aspects that go along with the major concepts in Cascades; animations, custom components and lists.

We had developers from around the world join. The caliber of feedback received during the sessions was amazing. My favorite part was the ability to interact with developers directly; answer questions, see reactions, and get feedback right as samples and code were being displayed.

How about some more webcasts?

The next webcast will focus on a major aspect of any application – data.  How do you retrieve data over the network? How do you store data? How do you bind data to the user interface? All these questions and more will be answered in Cascades – connect, retrieve, store and display your data which will take place on July 10, 2012 at 11am EST.

Registration is now open, so get signed up and reserve your seat.

Miss the first two webcasts? No problem!

If you would like to attend the third webcast but missed the first two don’t despair, they are available on-demand from the Cascades microsite.

Feel free to watch through these webcasts, follow along with the sample applications demonstration and code at the same time, getting caught up on all the information needed to take full advantage of the third webcast session.

On the topic of videos: if you are unable to attend this third session, rest assured that it too will be posted to the Cascades microsite shortly following its presentation, so keep watch of the site for updates.

I am eagerly looking forward to the upcoming webcasts and interacting with you all again!

About garett

Garett is a member of the Developer Relations team and has been with BlackBerry since 2008. He specializes in app monetization (Payment, Advertising, Analytics SDKs) and Push development. He is one of the individuals involved with the forums (gbeukeboom), Issue Tracker and can be found tweeting from @BlackBerryDev with the ^GB signature.

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