With the release of Sencha Touch 2.3, we were excited to see the significant BlackBerry 10 theme enhancements which enabled you to create visually compelling applications with the BlackBerry 10 native look and feel…
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Guest post from Anders – Ed. Since the first release of the Cascades™ Beta, we have received… / Read More
Taking a look at what the official screen resolutions will be for the first BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
Discussing the new features and improvements in Beta 2 of the Cascades UI framework.
An update on all the new features available in the beta 2 of Cascades Tooling!
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.
If you weren’t able to attend the BlackBerry® 10 Jam event at the start of May in… / Read More
bbUI now has BlackBerry 10 support!
Examining the Cascades SDK, its set of native UI elements and capabilities.
Examining how to design a website for a mobile version, using the BlackBerry Management Center as an example.
Cascades – the UI framework that TAT uses to create numerous advanced UIs and applications, such as Scrapbook will soon be available to BlackBerry developers.