Gurtej S.Gurtej is an Application Development Consultant with the Developer Relations at Research In Motion (RIM). His responsibilities include managing the technical relationships with System Integrators (SI) and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who specialize in integrating with the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution. Gurtej’s area of expertise includes BES and enterprise application development.
I would like take this opportunity and introduce you to our good friends at Hookflash who have successfully ported all major components of both WebRTC and Open Peer libraries to BlackBerry 10. To provide a brief overview, WebRTC is an open source multimedia & network stack that supports real-time audio & video. The value Open […]
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 […]
If you haven’t already heard, the BlackBerry 10 countdown is on. If you have an existing application using PJSIP libraries, this is your opportunity to port your pjsip open source stack to BlackBerry 10 in a matter of minutes. As you may have already heard, Bob Cripps has successfully ported PJSIP to BlackBerry 10. Just very […]
Figure shows a high level audio block diagram of BlackBerry 10 audio subsystem and BlackBerry 10 APIs If you haven’t already heard, RIM’s subscriber base just grew to 80 million users — and of those users, 60 million use BlackBerry Messenger (BBM). If you are thinking about growing your user base, why not just port […]
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.
An interview with Truphone to share their experience in porting a PJSIP open source multimedia stack over to BlackBerry 10.
Introducing BlackBerry Device Service, the component of BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion used to manage BlackBerry PlayBook tablets and future BlackBerry 10 devices.
Read about the new update to the Fixmo Tools app and what features it contains.
If you’re an enterprise developer heading to BlackBerry® DEVCON 2010, here’s some picks for must-see session!
Looking for more tips to create the ultimate Super App? Here’s something to leverage: pattern recognition. This blog post shows you how!