This is the final part of a six-part series on porting BlackBerry Java applications that use NFC… / Read More
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Guest post by John Murray This is the third part of a six-part series by Martin Woolley and… / Read More
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I’m excited to share two NFC sessions with you in Orlando from May 14-16 for BlackBerry Jam… / Read More
We’ve now posted the final episode of the BlackBerry Jam Unplugged series where we learn a little… / Read More
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Having spent some time looking at Near Field Communication (NFC), my colleague Martin Woolley (@mdwrim) and I… / Read More
Did you know that it’s easy to exchange data between your NFC enabled smartphone and your Arduino?… / Read More
Here’s what you missed last week… #BBGotGame Port-A-Thon Update http://devblog.blackberry.com/2012/11/got-game-port-a-thon-update/ Using the Invocation Framework with BlackBerry Messenger… / Read More
Did you miss or would like to re-watch any of our past developer webcasts? Below is a… / Read More
Guest post from John Murray – Ed. You know, working in the Developer Relations team at Research… / Read More
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On October 4th at 10:00 AM EST, we kick off the first in a series of webinars… / Read More
Discussing the various capabilities and use-case scenarios for NFC.
Taking a look at some of the new functionality available in the Beta 2 of the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK.
Find out the difference between “low battery” versus “dead battery” and how you may be able to provide NFC card emulation functionality in either situation.