Resources for the Corporate Developer – The BlackBerry Development Guide

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(Originally posted on the Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog)

As more and more smartphones and tablets enter the enterprise, there is increasing desire to extend enterprise data beyond the desktop and into mobile. There are also more complexities when developing and deploying an app in an enterprise environment, such as data and device management, security, cross-platform and cross-device development, and connectivity for your application. With its core DNA rooted in the enterprise, the BlackBerry® platform addresses these issues with app development and deployment solutions – and as a developer, these can be leveraged to deliver a richer and more secure application.

The guide posted below will help developers make the right development decisions, leveraging the right tools and resources. This can save valuable time and money, and ultimately help build better applications. Key topics covered are:

  • Overview of BlackBerry® WebWorks™
  • Building HTML5 Applications with Native-Like Functionality
  • Using Existing Web Development Frameworks
  • BlackBerry WebWorks Resources
  • Tools and Code to Help You Get Started Today
  • Deploying and Managing Client Applications
  • Securing Enterprise Content

Check out the guide below and share your thoughts and feedback in the comments.

About BlackBerry

BlackBerry is a mobile-native software and services company dedicated to securing the Enterprise of Things. BlackBerry Secure software provides the embedded intelligence for the Enterprise of Things so that the Internet of Things can thrive. BlackBerry holds 80+ security certifications and approvals, the most of any mobile vendor. We hold the top position in all six categories of Gartner’s high-security mobility management study. We are ranked among the top 10% of all cybersecurity providers. All G7 governments and 15 of G20 are BlackBerry customers. BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) software is the most widely deployed among Fortune 500 companies.

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