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Most people like to be rewarded for hard work. There are of course many ways in which people derive reward. Fame. Adoration. Legions of followers on Twitter. Free cookies. But perhaps the most prevalent and obvious is cold, hard cash. With BlackBerry World, there are a number of ways to get money out of your […]
Well, that was…refreshing! We just finished a very productive day yesterday, reviewing the end-to-end developer experience of the BlackBerry® WebWorks™ platform. There were some very vibrant conversations about what currently does and does not contribute to a positive experience for someone approaching BlackBerry Web development for the very first time. We found many examples of […]
We have our team assembled here in Mississauga, Ontario ready to start experiencing what it is to be an AIR developer for BlackBerry® 10. We will be wearing the hats of a developer that uses Flash Builder, one that uses Powerflasher FDT, and one that has a game already built using Flash Professional and would […]
At BlackBerry® Jam Americas 2012, we released the API feature complete versions of all four BlackBerry 10 SDKs: BlackBerry 10 Native SDK, BlackBerry® 10 WebWorks™, BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps, and BlackBerry SDK for Adobe AIR. Tim Neil also wrote a blog post which covered the updates to our roadmap and how you”ll see a gold candidate […]
Alongside the refresh for the BlackBerry® 10 WebWorks™ SDK, we have also released an update to the Ripple Emulator. Never to be left out, Ripple gets a big update with emulation support for some of the latest BlackBerry 10 WebWorks APIs. Let’s get started! We recently added support for the HTML5 File system API in […]
Many great APIs and features have been delivered to our BlackBerry® WebWorks™ developer community with the recent updates to the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK. The Ripple Emulator is a key part of our tooling story for our web developers, and Ripple just got richer. Today we have released Ripple 0.9.8 with some excellent new features. If […]
We’ve just released an update to the BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK and Ripple Emulator, available through our GitHub account.
We have just posted a new Ripple Emulator with support for BlackBerry 10!
The open sourced TunnelTilt demo is now available for download in BlackBerry App World.
Looking back at a summary of RIM’s year creating open source repositories in the web space.