Tag Archives: app development
In my previous blog post on this topic, “Application Security Part I: Whose Responsibility is it?”, I explored the responsibility of security in the mobile app ecosystem. In this post, let’s take a little deeper look at the problem of security and code safety from a mobile app developer’s point of view and explore what […]
Guest post from Morgan – Ed. With the latest development approaches and technologies from SAP and Research In Motion, we have made cross device development easy – taking existing enterprise applications and porting them over to multiple BlackBerry devices (both past, current, and future), while all connecting into the enterprise back-end for the latest data […]
Welcome to part 3 of my series of blog posts discussing the BlackBerry® Messenger (BBM™) Social Platform. My previous blog post, Integrate with BBM and Watch Your Application Go Viral, covered the features of the BlackBerry Messenger Social Platform (BBM SP) and how you can use them to promote your application. If you haven’t read […]
My previous blog post Integrate with BBM and Watch Your Application Go Viral covered the features of the BlackBerry® Messenger Social Platform (BBM™ SP) and how you can use them to promote your application. If you haven’t read it yet, I recommend giving it a look. In this next blog post, we’ll cover the technical […]
Guest post from Lou G. – Ed. Everyone here in Developer Relations at RIM® is excited that developers are now able to submit their BlackBerry® 10 applications to the BlackBerry App World™ storefront and target BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha testing devices. This means that developers who are using the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha testing devices […]
Find out what a UUID is used for, and why it’s important to BBM Connected applications.
Announcing the finalists and winners of the AppCircus at BlackBerry 10 Jam!
Some of the new APIs and features being introduced with the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK.
This weekend – March 30th and 31st – we’ll be hosting a HTML5 hackathon for students with Pace University in New York City.
Introducing BlackBerry Device Service, the component of BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion used to manage BlackBerry PlayBook tablets and future BlackBerry 10 devices.