Adam S.Adam is an Application Development Consultant with the Developer Relations Team at Research In Motion (RIM). As a member of the Developer Relations Team, Adam manages the technical relationship with ISVs who specialize in producing applications based on web technologies. Adam's development background consists of a degree in Computer Science and work in web development for both the insurance and technical support industries.
Guest post from Dragos Filipovici – Adam. I received the following email earlier this week from developer Dragos Filipovici. He wanted to share his story about an application he recently created for BlackBerry 10. As I read the email, it was clear to me that his success was due to the strengths of the BlackBerry […]
I look forward to seeing many of you in Orlando May 14-16 for BlackBerry Jam Americas. You’ll find me wandering around & presenting, coding, hacking and helping developers find new and interesting ways to build amazing applications for BlackBerry 10. In fact, I’m quite excited to present the following two sessions which are directed at […]
Have you published a BlackBerry 10 application that uses bbUI.js? If so, we have an important message that requires your attention: ensure your application is using bbUI.js version 0.9.6.113 or higher in order to properly support the upcoming version 10.1 of the BlackBerry 10 operating system.
Join Jason Scott (RIM), Mike Hostetler (appendTo) and Jonathan Creamer (appendTo) on November 15th from 2-3 pm EST for an exciting online presentation about using the official BlackBerry® 10 theme for jQuery Mobile. During this one-hour webinar, our speakers will show developers how they can build Web applications that easily integrate the design elements and […]
There is still time to register for the October 11th webinar “Beta 3 update for the BlackBerry® 10 WebWorks™ SDK”. As planned, this release delivers a number of significant features that were listed on the WebWorks beta roadmap. In fact, we made an even bigger splash than anticipated by providing more features than promised (see […]
Well, that was…refreshing! We just finished a very productive day yesterday, reviewing the end-to-end developer experience of the BlackBerry® WebWorks™ platform. There were some very vibrant conversations about what currently does and does not contribute to a positive experience for someone approaching BlackBerry Web development for the very first time. We found many examples of […]
What is it like for developers to get started with the BlackBerry® WebWorks™ platform for the very first time? Well, we want to know. Questions like these are very important and the reasons why I and nine others from our team have gathered today to analyze and explore further. In the room today we have: Developer […]
Recapping the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour stop in Moscow, Russia.
A case study for using BlackBerry Web Inspector to help speed up developmental performance.
Jason Scott of RIM has been made an official committer to the jQuery Mobile Project.