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A beta of BlackBerry Tablet OS 2.1.0 is now available to developers to test with on their devices as well as a simulator.
Announcing the BlackBerry® Tablet OS simulator, which embeds the full BlackBerry Browser and enables developers to testing their web applications for the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet.
Tablet website development tips from Matthew of the BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet web browsing team.
Details on a BlackBerry® 6 Developer Webcast occurring on Tuesday November 16, 2010.
The BlackBerry Style 9670 smartphone features the BlackBerry® 6 operating system, and enables richer Java® applications, advanced graphical capabilities, and of course, the highly touted web experience with BlackBerry® WebWorks™ platform and a browser supporting HTML5 and CSS3. This post covers the basics of developer for a BlackBerry flip series smartphone.
Developers are already building BlackBerry PlayBook apps.
Looking for more tips to create the ultimate Super App? Here’s something to leverage: pattern recognition. This blog post shows you how!
Have you ensured yet that your web site properly detects the BlackBerry® 6 browser? If not, this post has a quick tutorial to show you how.
The BlackBerry® Browser documentation page has been recently updated to include developer manuals and reference guides for the new browser on BlackBerry® 6. Check out the info here!
New HTML5 elements supported in BlackBerry 6 and the BlackBerry Browser.
Tell us what you’d like to learn about WebKit and the new BlackBerry Browser.
BlackBerry Browser senior product manager provides insight into the new BlackBerry 6 browser from a developer perspective.
The latest BlackBerry developer resource additions to the BlackBerry Developer Zone.