Category Archives: Java Development
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 […]
Guest post from Zak P. – Ed. [ YouTube link for mobile viewing ] Winner – Best App Awarded to: BB Rocks University students: Felipe Bonezi, Vinícius Araújo, Marcos Vinícius Silva and Vinícius Dias decided to combine their wide range of mobile app development experience and participate in the BlackBerry Jam Session Hackathon in Rio […]
This is the first post in a two part series about security. In this post, I tackle the issue of responsibility. In Part II, we’ll explore some things that developers need to know to help them write secure apps. I sat on a panel recently at Sprint’s Open Solutions Conference in San Jose titled “Consumer […]
One thing we heard over and over again during the BlackBerry® Got Game Port-a-Thon was that developers loved getting almost instant responses to their questions from one of the many members of our Developer Relations team. Why stop a good thing? Starting Wednesday, November 21st and continuing right up until January 30th, we’ll have be […]
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 […]
On October 4th at 10:00 AM EST, we kick off the first in a series of webinars on the subject of Near Field Communications (NFC). NFC is in the media a lot these days, but usually in the context of contact-less mobile payment solutions. Through our series of webinars, we plan to explain and demonstrate […]
Calling all Java® developers: We have some news regarding the BlackBerry® Java® Plug-in for Eclipse™! We are pleased to announce a new Open Source project for the BlackBerry development platform. While we have stopped SDK work on BlackBerry® 7 OS, we’ve decided to make the source code open for all those developers using the Java […]
A case study for using BlackBerry Web Inspector to help speed up developmental performance.
Demonstrating the best ways to internationalize your BlackBerry WebWorks application.