Monthly Archives: January, 2013
With all the excitement around BlackBerry 10 launch, one key request from our developer community is how to bring your existing BlackBerry Java applications to BlackBerry 10. As always, we at RIM developer relations constantly strive to break any barriers for developers. Starting today, we will be publishing a series of blog posts specifically designed […]
The QWERTY BlackBerry 10 is here, which one will you choose?
BlackBerry Z10 will amaze and delight you, go here to dive in.
BlackBerry 10 may be the best smartphone OS to date, and it’s on its way.
“Am I really sure about this?” I wondered to myself, looking down 900 feet from the deck of the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas. There I was, strapped into a flight suit, getting ready to step off the edge of the hotel’s landmark tower and free-fall 855 feet to the ground. Billed as the longest […]
Order and omissions matter when it comes to CSS. Until recently there was a quirk in the WebKit rendering engine related to the shorthand background property. The good news is that it has been fixed; the bad news is that it potentially breaks legacy code. If the background-size property is set prior to declaring background […]
As a BlackBerry employee, I have the lucky privilege of using BlackBerry hardware and software before the general public. Case in point: I have been on BlackBerry 10 for over three months and loving every minute of it! But don’t fret, with the launch event on January 30th, soon you too will be in the […]
In preparation for launch of BlackBerry 10, we will be starting the first wave of our planned pricing update in BlackBerry World. This first wave will update the British Pound (GPB) and Euro (EUR) currencies. Shortly after we will be rolling out updates to other currencies and will be informing you in advance of those […]
Here’s a guest post from Jeff Mayerczak – Ed. BlackBerry World 4.3 changes the BlackBerry World search algorithm to help make the discovery of your app or game easier for customers. To take advantage of these changes, we wanted to share with you how the following product attributes are prioritized to determine search results. The attributes are […]
Push is a very interesting feature to add to your application. It can dramatically enhance the performance and experience of your application, and therefore the stickiness to the end-user. With all of its uses, there are also many things to take into consideration when adding push: How should the app notify the user when new […]