If you’ll be in London on Thursday March 7th, attend the BlackBerry Mini Jam. Connect with experts and other developers interested in BlackBerry 10 development. This half-day event will cover a lot of the basics and you’re sure to walk away with lots of new contacts. Continue reading ‘UK Developers: Attend BlackBerry Mini Jam on March 7th in London’
RIM has announced a major update to the BlackBerry 10 development tools beta. Being touted as the most open development ecosystem in mobile today, BlackBerry 10′s new dev tools allows developers to build their apps using one of many supported languages such as C/C++ (native BB10 development), HTML5/Webworks, Adobe AIR, or Android Java runtime technologies.
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AppLauncher is a new program by Chicago-based Solstice Consulting that allows developers of custom enterprise apps to develop efficiently. They achieve this by using by automating a lot of the more tedious elements of deploying an app. Using HTML 5, AppLauncher currently works well with iOS and Android, and can be easily ported to BlackBerry 10 using Webworks.
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RIM has announced an update to the BlackBerry 10 SDK. The update focuses on BlackBerry Webworks (HTML5) as well as the Native SDK (Cascades). If you’d like see some of the new tools available to developers on BlackBerry 10 explained, tune into one of their interactive webinars.
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RIM is hosting its inaugural Future Developer Event at Pace University in New York City. The event, held on Pace’s campus, gives students the opportunity to develop their own BlackBerry app, using RIM’s HTML5/WebWorks tools. The event kicks off Friday, March 30 at 9 a.m. and continues through Saturday at 5 p.m.
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The latest update to the PlayBook has been pretty incredible. Not only does the update bring native email, contacts and calendar to the tablet, but it also has some awesome behind-the-scenes updates including a turbo-boosting of the hardware accelerated capabilities of the PlayBook OS 2 browser. Check out the video below to see just how much faster the latest browser on the PlayBook is.
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