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I look forward to seeing many of you in Orlando May 14-16 for BlackBerry Jam Americas. You’ll find me wandering around & presenting, coding, hacking and helping developers find new and interesting ways to build amazing applications for BlackBerry 10. In fact, I’m quite excited to present the following two sessions which are directed at […]
Hot off the press is the latest episode of the BlackBerry Jam Unplugged series where we learn a little more about BBM integration with BlackBerry 10. We’ll be posting videos as part of this series leading up to BlackBerry Jam Americas in Orlando in order to give some more background surrounding the topics that we’ll […]
Next week isn’t just CES in Las Vegas; it’s also the 2013 AT&T Developer Summit – and the BlackBerry Developer Relations team will be there in full force. Our own Larry McDonough will be presenting “Building Applications for Launch of the New BlackBerry 10 Platform” on Monday, January 7th, 2013 from 2:00 PM – 2:45 […]
Here’s a guest post from Adam Parco from our Sensor Algorithms & Services team – Ed. Developing for BlackBerry® has never been faster or easier. We have been working hard to give you the same experience when incorporating sensors into your game or application. With the release of Beta 3, we have added complete support for […]
Alongside the refresh for the BlackBerry® 10 WebWorks™ SDK, we have also released an update to the Ripple Emulator. Never to be left out, Ripple gets a big update with emulation support for some of the latest BlackBerry 10 WebWorks APIs. Let’s get started! We recently added support for the HTML5 File system API in […]
Some of you may have been reading about Nokia’s decision surrounding their investments in Qt and wondering what exactly this may mean for BlackBerry® 10 and the Cascades™ application framework. As many of you know, RIM provides a port of Qt to run on the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ as well as BlackBerry 10 smartphones. Qt is […]
We’ve released fixes for two issues in the BlackBerry 10 Beta 2 Native SDK.
Using a sample project to show how to set up and use OpenAL and OggVorbis with the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK.
We’ve just uploaded a patch for the BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK.
New APIs and features are now available for BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps for both the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and BlackBerry 10!