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Guest post from Luca F. – Ed. [YouTube link for mobile viewing] You might remember the interesting story of Greek developer Charilaos Kalogirou, who ported his iOS game Pop Corny to the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet and to the BlackBerry® 10 Dev Alpha device in just a few days. He blogged about how fast and easy […]
Lou G. from BlackBerry Developer Marketing is here with an exciting announcement – Ed. I’m happy to announce a new offer that reinforces our commitment to gaming. We are partnering with Marmalade to make it easy for developers to build new games for the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet and the upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphones. Qualified developers […]
When Javier D’Accorso learned about the Desafío BlackBerry contest last March, the longtime developer decided to participate and develop an application for the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet. After partnering with graphic designer Damian Hadyi, D’Accorso leveraged Adobe AIR to develop an interactive children’s storybook application that has become popular in both his native Argentina as well […]
Here’s a guest post from Luca F. – Ed. A few weeks ago we came across a blog post written by a game developer describing how he ported his iOS game, Pop Corny, to Android™. In a nutshell, it was not an easy process for him. We decided to send this developer a BlackBerry® PlayBook™ […]
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 […]
Check out a great success story about how a pair of developers ported NodeBeat to the BlackBerry OS using open source.
New APIs and features are now available for BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps for both the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and BlackBerry 10!
A recent report by Baird Equity Research is getting some pick up today on the interwebs. The report shows that developer intent for BlackBerry 10 is on the decline. Needless to say, I was pretty shocked by the findings. I was shocked because the numbers in the report do not gel with what we’re seeing […]
A case study for using BlackBerry Web Inspector to help speed up developmental performance.