Monthly Archives: August, 2012
We’ll soon be switching the BlackBerry JamZone login system to BlackBerry ID — here’s what you need to know.
BlackBerry® 10 WebWorks™ SDK Refreshed Recently we posted a new version of the BlackBerry® 10 WebWorks™ SDK that delivered to you the power to create your own custom API extensions; this allows you to expose Native platform functionality into your application that we have not yet exposed in the standard WebWorks API set. Hopefully you […]
Here’s a guest post from Luca F. – Ed. A few weeks ago we came across a blog post written by a game developer describing how he ported his iOS game, Pop Corny, to Android™. In a nutshell, it was not an easy process for him. We decided to send this developer a BlackBerry® PlayBook™ […]
With the help of our web design wizards at The Astonishing Tribe (TAT), we’re happy to announce that our BlackBerry® 10 Roadmap flight arrival boards are now available. Unlike the image posted above, the BlackBerry 10 Roadmap flight arrival boards have real roadmap data instead of yummy Bacon Ipsum dummy data. These roadmap arrival boards […]
Some of you may have been reading about Nokia’s decision surrounding their investments in Qt and wondering what exactly this may mean for BlackBerry® 10 and the Cascades™ application framework. As many of you know, RIM provides a port of Qt to run on the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ as well as BlackBerry 10 smartphones. Qt is […]
We will be hosting a webinar on August 30th about BlackBerry Balance technology and how it protects your resident enterprise application data within the corporate perimeter.
Discussing the various capabilities and use-case scenarios for NFC.
Recapping the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour stop in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The Cascades™ application framework has many features that allow for the creation of resolution-independent user interfaces. One feature which is extremely useful in both minimizing the size and number of image assets needed to be bundled in your application is 9-slicing. This functionality is primarily used for background and border images and allows the same […]
Guest post from Lou G. – Ed. Everyone here in Developer Relations at RIM® is excited that developers are now able to submit their BlackBerry® 10 applications to the BlackBerry App World™ storefront and target BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha testing devices. This means that developers who are using the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha testing devices […]