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In my previous blog post, I talked about how the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK had finally come of age, and how we had released a whole set of important APIs in Beta3 that was launched in September. The notable ones in our last release included Email, Calendar, BBM, Cards, Advertising, Push, Bluetooth and several others. […]
Augmented Reality is a way to enhance what you see around you with the use of your mobile phone’s camera, sensors, and location services. If done right, applications of this technology can take the experience of the consumer to an entirely new level. Implementing this technology can be exciting and challenging at the same time. […]
Guest post from Anders Larsson – Ed. When designing and developing the BlackBerry® 10 UI and our native BlackBerry applications, one of the overall guiding principles has been flow. Most people have a gut feeling of what flow is in a mobile context. When designing our applications and UI framework, we needed a more concrete […]
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 […]
Examining some of the highlights of developing for the BlackBerry platform using Cascades.
A second Cascades webcast session will be taking place on Tuesday June 26th.
Examining the Cascades SDK, its set of native UI elements and capabilities.
Detailing the benefits of supporting Android apps on the BlackBerry® Tablet OS and the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet.