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RIM Announces Developer SDK Updates for BlackBerry 10

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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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Minesweeper Reloaded For Playbook Now Available on BlackBerry App World

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If you’ve procrastinated on a computer in the 90s, you’ll feel awfully nostalgic when you get your hands on Minesweeper Reloaded for Playbook.
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RIM to Host Future Developer Event at Pace University

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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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Developers: Make Your HTML5 Apps Look Native With BBUI.JS Toolkit

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Developing in HTML5 and Webworks for BlackBerry is a great way to create an app with a code base that you can use elsewhere. If you’re developing in Java, your app has somewhat of an end of life with BBX but there’s no end in sight to HTML5. Tim Neil, creator of the Batberry project, is working on a Webworks app to control the car and has written a handy toolkit to make your web app look like a BlackBerry app with very little code.
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BatBerry Project Still Going Strong – Makes First Public Appearance

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The BatBerry Project was started by Tim Neil, a Development Manager at RIM. Tim is on the group at RIM responsible for the delivery of the WebWorks platform and Ripple Emulator and the plan is to have the car’s auxiliary systems powered and controlled by a BlackBerry WebWorks application running on both the BlackBerry PlayBook and a BlackBerry smartphone.
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BlackBerry Partners Fund Selects Most Innovative WebWorks Apps

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The BlackBerry Partners Fund has been searching for the best WebWorks apps (web apps for BlackBerry) and the winners have been selected. The apps are competing for the most innovative BlackBerry WebWorks app for the BlackBerry PlayBook and BlackBerry smartphones (based on the OS 6.0 or higher). Each region had a winner. Click through for more details.
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