BlackBerry JDE 4.5 goes public

BlackBerry LogoBasement devs, start your engines. If you aren’t one of those companies that are super-cozy with RIM and getting the Java Desktop Environement well in advance, it’s now available for open download. HTML e-mail viewing, spell check and BlackBerry Maps integration are all a part of the new package. Maps opens up some options… Since Google opened up its maps API, a lot have companies have been able to do some great stuff with it. I’ve always been a fan of BlackBerry Maps, and think there are some similar opportunities there.

(via BerryReview)

1 Response to “BlackBerry JDE 4.5 goes public”

  1. 1 vikram varma

    i need it for 443 socket application RnD

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