The latest version of the Ripple Emulator v0.9.1 beta for Microsoft Windows and Mac is now available for download.
There’s a new version of BlackBerry Native SDK v2.0 available for developers to try out!
The beta version of the BlackBerry Java SDK v7.1 – along with simulators – is now available.
BlackBerry WebWorks developers can now leverage the BBM Social Platform with the release of BBM Social Platform SDK v1.0 for BlackBerry WebWorks.
An update to BlackBerry® Java® SDK v7.0 and BlackBerry® Java® Development Environment (JDE) v7.0 has just been released – download today!
Announcements regarding open source initiatives to develop for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Looking back at a summary of RIM’s year creating open source repositories in the web space.
Announcing the launch of the Wi-Fi® geolocation service, a further enhancement to our Cell-site geolocation service.
Announcing an abstraction to the Location API that simplifies getting location fixes in different modes, as well as optimizes battery usage.
The latest version of the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Smartphones is now available to download!
Find out how to port your BlackBerry WebWorks app from the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to the BlackBerry smartphone, and vice versa.
The newest version of BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Tablet OS is now available to download.
Development tips for making sure your app is ready for BlackBerry 7.
Announcing BlackBerry® Java® SDK v7.0, now available in beta.
A number of updates to the BlackBerry® WebWorks™ APIs are now available.
Video demo of foursquare integration with the BBM Social Platform and interview with BlackBerry foursquare developers.
Announcing the release of the beta version of BlackBerry Java SDK v7.0
The BlackBerry® WebWorks™ SDK 2.0 for Tablet OS and Smartphones has just been released to coincide with the launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
An overview of the sessions of the BlackBerry WebWorks webcast series, with some commonly-asked questions answered.
An update to RIM’s Open Source Software Projects on GitHub, with the announcement of new source code and an updated list of APIs.