Tag Archives: Widgets
WES 2010 session picks for the Developing Mobile Applications for the Enterprise track.
Explaining BlackBerry Widget archive repackaging – both in need and benefits.
BlackBerry Java Plug-in for Eclipse version 1.1 introduction and all its additional BlackBerry development capabilities.
BlackBerry developer how-to on building and code signing BlacKBerry Widgets.
The latest BlackBerry developer resource additions to the BlackBerry Developer Zone.
How to use HTML5 in BlackBerry web content development.
New webkit-based BlackBerry Browser demo video from Mobile World Congress 2010.
A key piece of any Eclipse® based tooling is the ability to provide plugin installation and updates through the Eclipse update mechanism. With a properly structured update site and tool structure, plug-in authors can allow end-users to install their tool directly into an existing Eclipse installation on the user’s machine. In addition, the plug-in author […]
BlackBerry® Widgets offer great means of storing data offline in your application. You can either access the SQLite database or store data on an SD card through your Widget. Before going into how this is done, let’s take a quick look at what SQLite is. With its reputation for reliability and that it can be […]
The BlackBerry® Developer Conference is fast approaching, bringing with it a truckload of exciting sessions for both the experienced and budding developer. While we highly recommend you check out the Session Catalog yourself, who better to fill you in than the esteemed blogging team at the BlackBerry Developer’s Blog? Below you’ll find Director of Developer […]