Announcing the latest release of the BlackBerry® Messenger (BBM™) Social Platform SDK 1.0 for Java®.
Announcing BlackBerry® Java® SDK v7.0, now available in beta.
Announcing the release of the beta version of BlackBerry Java SDK v7.0
We have received quite a few questions about developing BlackBerry® Java®-based and Android® apps and wanted to take the opportunity to share the answers.
Maintenance release for the BlackBerry® Java® Plug-in for Eclipse® v1.3, which addresses customer feedback, now available.
Highlighting an updated release of the BlackBerry® Java® Plug-in for Eclipse® and how it affects BlackBerry platform developers.
BlackBerry® Java® Plug-in for Eclipse™ version 1.3 has just been announced, focused on making Java development more productive on the BlackBerry® platform.
Looking for more tips to create the ultimate Super App? Here’s something to leverage: pattern recognition. This blog post shows you how!
BlackBerry Development Super Apps (Java) Series part four. “Dos and don’ts” of running applications in the background.
How to make a BlackBerry application move between foreground and background states. Parth three of the Running in the Background series.
How to embed video in a list-like structure within a UI manager on the BlackBerry platform.
How to use an Alternate Entry Point to separate an application into dedicated foreground and background processes.Part two of the Super Apps Running in the Background series.
Super Apps Series – Java stream:how to make your BlackBerry apps effectively run in the background.
Boost Your Super Apps webcast now available for download.
What is a Super App? How do I make one? Is my app a Super App? In this upcoming series of blog posts, we’ll be examining everything you need to know about building Super Apps, be it web- or Java®-based.
Super Apps developer webcast June 15th! Learn about specific BlackBerry APIs designed to turn your app into a super app.
Turn your BlackBerry® smartphone application into a Super App by signing up for this May 18th webcast.
BlackBerry Push Service Webinar follow-up to the April 13th event, along with extra links to additional answers about all things BlackBerry Push Service.
Adam gives us a quick preview of his useful WES 2010 session about creating hybrid applications.