We hope you all have been learning a lot about developing for BlackBerry after following along with… / Read More
Now that we’ve discussed WebWorks basics in #BBDev101 Part 1, it’s time to dig a little deeper!… / Read More
You’ve heard us talk about the idea of Sense, Understand and Adapt, so I wanted to introduce… / Read More
With BlackBerry Jam Asia later this week, there’s no better way to enhance your conference experience than… / Read More
You’ve heard it from us before that porting applications to BlackBerry 10 is easy. Some have even… / Read More
In conjunction with the launch of BlackBerry 10 in South Africa and India, we are introducing pricing… / Read More
With all the excitement around BlackBerry 10 launch, one key request from our developer community is how… / Read More
If you could promote your application on a rapidly growing social network with 60+ million active users… / Read More
C2 Development has opened up their application Kaxi for beta testing exclusively on BlackBerry® 10 Dev Alpha… / Read More
Guest post from John Murray – Ed. You know, working in the Developer Relations team at Research… / Read More
BlackBerry® apps have always been known for their ability to deeply integrate with core applications as well… / Read More
A Q&A with members of Pinelake Communications about their experience porting the Cubifice app to BlackBerry 10.
We’ve got the fourth Cascades webcast coming up soon – register now!
Demonstrating the best ways to internationalize your BlackBerry WebWorks application.
How to localize a simple app on the BlackBerry platform.
Hope your Monday is going great. Here’s a guest post from Clifford Hung (hungc on Github) on… / Read More
Last week was a whirlwind for BlackBerry® developers. BlackBerry 10 Jam was the official launch of the… / Read More
Join us at the BlackBerry 10 Jam Unconference for a great session: “Give Your App a Facelift”.
Learn what you need to do in order to port your web solution to BlackBerry smartphones and tablets, what BlackBerry WebWorks can bring to your project, as well as considerations for leveraging jQuery.
v1.3 of the BBM Social Platform for Java is now available to download.