Category Archives: Platform Services
If you have ever implemented Push across multiple platforms, then you have no doubt heard of Urban Airship, which offers a service to centralize and manage pushes to all devices. This greatly simplifies the process of managing and maintaining data delivery to a single application across a wide array of mobile environments. Urban Airship officially […]
By RRZEicons (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons With Beta 4 of the BlackBerry 10 developer tools on the horizon, there is one important change that anyone using Push should be made aware of. As of the next software update to the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha devices, Push will stop working unless two things […]
My previous blog posts listed below covered the features offered by the BlackBerry® Messenger (BBM™) Social Platform at an API level: Integrate with BBM and Watch Your Application Go Viral How to Integrate Your Native Application with BBM How to Integrate Your BlackBerry WebWorks Application with BBM Now let’s take a look at how you […]
I have always found hardware specs pretty fascinating, so if you are like me, you will be very interested in this blog post. Based on some questions that developers have asked regarding differences between the BlackBerry® 10 Dev Alpha A and Dev Alpha B hardware and other questions about getting SIM cards, we wanted […]
As you may know, Push is now available to almost all BlackBerry® 10 development approaches: Cascades™ Framework, BlackBerry® WebWorks™, Adobe® AIR® and Android™*. That said, I thought it would be a good idea to provide a high-level overview of the entire Push process which is shared across all platforms. (*Support for Push to Android Runtime […]
We’ve updated our flight arrival boards to provide statuses on all of the feature functionality delivered with the September BlackBerry® 10 development tools update. Along with this, we’ve updated some milestones leading up to the Gold SDK releases. In my previous blog post, I mentioned that we were still considering whether or not to do […]
The BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK is now available for download!
Introducing BlackBerry Device Service, the component of BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion used to manage BlackBerry PlayBook tablets and future BlackBerry 10 devices.
v1.3 of the BBM Social Platform for Java is now available to download.
BlackBerry Analytics Service has just come out with its 1.0 release! Find out more about all its great new features.