Category Archives: Tips and Tricks
We have our team assembled here in Mississauga, Ontario ready to start experiencing what it is to be an AIR developer for BlackBerry® 10. We will be wearing the hats of a developer that uses Flash Builder, one that uses Powerflasher FDT, and one that has a game already built using Flash Professional and would […]
The BlackBerry® Runtime for Android apps has used its own software implementation of OpenGL. Release 10.0.6 of the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha Simulator and beta release 2.1.0 of the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ Simulator now support hardware accelerated graphics. One of the problems with implementing hardware acceleration on the Android runtime is that the graphics driver assumes it’s running […]
VMWare takes advantage of a seldom used but immensely impressive technology, virtualization. Virtual machines set up a sandbox that to the guest operating system seems like a perfectly normal piece of hardware. Normally, abstracting a second system from the host OS takes a fair amount of horsepower. Hardware vendors have met this challenge by supporting, […]
A tutorial on how to use the new Scroll-Panel feature in bbUI.js 0.9.3.
For Enterprise App Developers: BlackBerry MDS Connection Service Helps Make Connectivity a Simple Task
Originally posted on the Inside BlackBerry For Business Blog by Gregg O As someone who has been engaged with our enterprise customers for the past 11 years, I’ve had the luxury of seeing so many well-built applications really change the way in which a business operates. These range from simple tasks like allowing an internal […]
A comprehensive list of font changes and replacements for BlackBerry 10.
This week’s QML/Cascades tip focuses on creating property aliases and why they’ll be your friend when creating custom components in QML.
The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet simulator v2.1 beta includes a new tool to help you work with the simulator: the Simulator Controller.