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RIM Releases Scoreloop SDK 1.0 for BlackBerry Native SDK for PlayBook OS With KAMI RETRO HD

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That blog title sucks but you get the idea. RIM’s acquisition of Scoreloop, the mobile gaming achievement company, has led to a 1.0 release of the Scoreloop SDK for BlackBerry and users can check out what it’s like in KAMI RETRO HD by Paw Print Games. With the Scoreloop SDK, developers can add leaderboards, challenges, awards, and more. The hope is that all of this will save developers time, create a more fun gaming experience for BlackBerry users and make the platform more attractive all around.
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Compilr Lets Developers Write Code From Their BlackBerry PlayBook

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Compilr is an online integrated development environment for programming languages like PHP, C++, Ruby, Java, C# and Visual Basic. The company has recently launched a pretty cool app that lets developers to write code directly from a BlackBerry Playbook. The guys at Compilr say they’re trying to remove all the hassles around development and the best way to do that was to push the experience to the web to remove friction for developers. Considering all the development environments you sometimes need to program, this makes a lot of sense.
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Scoreloop Community Gaming SDK Now Available in Beta Zone

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Back in early June, we learned that RIM had acquired Scoreloop. For those who don’t know about Scoreloop, or who have never played a Scoreloop-enabled game, the company provides a way to create community, incentives, highscores and more for games. If you’re a BlackBerry developer, you can now use the Scoreloop SDK beta for Native SDK v1.0 for BlackBerry PlayBook OS.
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RIM Announces BlackBerry Analytics Service Version 1.0

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RIM has announced version 1.0 of its app analytics service powered by Webtrends. The service lets developers collect data on how their app is being used in order to optimize the app and improve the user experience.
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BlackBerry Partners Fund Announces Winners of Best Flash/AIR Apps for PlayBook

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The BlackBerry Partners Fund has been running competitions for the best apps and games that use WebWorks as well as Adobe Flash/AIR. We’ve recently reported on the winners of the WebWorks competition and today the Partners Fund has announced the winners of the best Adobe Flash/AIR apps for the PlayBook. Check out the winners after the jump.
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