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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 […]
At BlackBerry® Jam Americas 2012, we released the API feature complete versions of all four BlackBerry 10 SDKs: BlackBerry 10 Native SDK, BlackBerry® 10 WebWorks™, BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps, and BlackBerry SDK for Adobe AIR. Tim Neil also wrote a blog post which covered the updates to our roadmap and how you”ll see a gold candidate […]
Developers like Retro64 Inc, Artificial Games and Innivo have brought their titles to BlackBerry® in record time. For Ido Yehieli, this meant an increase in performance of “more than 10 times compared to using Adobe AIR” with only a few small changes to his code. How was this possible? NME is a fast, cross-platform framework […]
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, […]
In addition to developing applications with Adobe® Flash® Builder®, the BlackBerry® 10 SDK beta for Adobe® AIR® also gives you the option to integrate with FDT 5. FDT 5 is a flexible development toolkit in Eclipse™ for interactive developers. In my personal experience, FDT has a great work flow. The advanced refactoring capabilities, ASDoc support, […]
Want to stay ahead of the game? Try out the new version of the Native SDK for the BlackBerry PlayBook
There’s a new version of BlackBerry Native SDK v2.0 available for developers to try out!
Recapping BlackBerry DevCon Americas 2011.
Check out the details of the BlackBerry PlayBook OS v2.0 Developer Beta Update (originally announced at DevCon Americas 2011), and learn how to upgrade.
Answering your questions about supporting BlackBerry Java® on BBX and the current BlackBerry PlayBook OS.
The new update to BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Developer Beta build includes Adobe AIR, WebWorks and more.