Gold Dev Tools Webcast Tomorrow!

Native SDK Development

Everyone loves a good webinar. OK, perhaps that’s an overstatement. Nevertheless, we hear loud and clear that our developer community loves them. The series of webinars we have run throughout the summer in conjunction with each successive SDK release have been extremely successful. So why stop now? Tomorrow – Tuesday, December 18th – we are bringing you two webinars that will cover all the latest information related to gold release Native and HTML5 SDKs for BlackBerry 10. The launch event date is coming up fast, so head on over to the registration pages and mark your calendars.

BlackBerry 10 Native SDK

We will take a quick look at what we have achieved so far with our native SDK. We will then look at the latest and greatest API and tooling features that have arrived in this most recent beta as well as the beta that preceded it. This includes things like advertising, SMS and invocation framework enhancements. Also, for the first time you will get a quick preview of the cards that are available to invoke and how you can invoke them. We will also cover some of the important IDE enhancements that have arrived, including the update manager, a brand new spanking project wizard, and the latest and greatest features that have been added to the Microsoft Visual Studio Plugin.

REGISTRATION:
http://www.blackberrydeveloperevents.com/events/webcast/registration/register.html?scoid=1079239157

BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK

We’ll take a look at the latest gold release as well as the most recent beta that preceded it. Starting with a quick overview of BlackBerry WebWorks, we will move to a summary of all of the latest features. We will then dive deeper into some of the more interesting features with a live look at code and functioning samples.

REGISTRATION:
http://www.blackberrydeveloperevents.com/events/webcast/registration/register.html?scoid=1079318388

About Ken W

Ken is the Senior Product Manager for the WebWorks group at BlackBerry. He is responsible for WebWorks tooling and is heavily involved in the Open Source projects at github.com/blackberry and the Apache Cordova community. Ken has a particular interest in trying to bring the internal and external BlackBerry development communities closer together.

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