If you missed BlackBerry 10 Jam in Florida, don’t worry. You still have a chance to be able to attend. BlackBerry 10 Jam is taking the show on the road around the world. We’ll tell you what you can expect and what the dates are. Check it out…
It seems as though RIM and BlackBerry have been getting the brunt of the comments and jokes for a while now. Robert Scoble posted on Google + how he sees that developers are deserting the platform and comparing RIM to a chicken with its head cut off, but Alec has some insight as well.
Developers: Submit Your Apps For the PlayBook OS 2.0 Launch by 2/6…and Submit by 2/13 for a PlayBook!
Time’s a ticking and both Inside BlackBerry and the Inside BlackBerry Developer’s Blog have set the date for February 6th. You still can port and submit your apps later, but to have them available at the time of OS 2.0, it must be submitted by February 6th. There’s another incentive too!
Research In Motion (RIM) introduced today version 2.1 of the BlackBerry® WebWorks™ SDK for Tablet OS. This release adds new powerful APIs and robust application functionality which developers can easily leverage to create WebWorks applications that deliver a richer, more interactive end user experience. The BlackBerry WebWorks SDK is the toolset that supports developers who […]
It’s no secret that RIM has several other devices on the way, besides the BlackBerry Bold Touch. Earlier today RIM posted up device resolutions for the BlackBerry 9360, 9810, and 9850, all of which have yet to be announced by RIM. As you can see from the above chart the upcoming devices will have high […]
RIM has just posted up that tinyHippos will be joining the RIM family. No these aren’t real hippos, its actually a company that focuses on mobile widgets and web developments. I’m not at all familar with the company, but apparently they have a mobile environment emulator called Ripple, which is a multi-platform mobile environment emulator that runs […]
Back at DEVCON 2010, RIM announced the BBM Social Platform for BlackBerry developers. Today RIM made it available in open beta! While this wasn’t the press release I was waiting for from RIM, it is great news for developers. The new BBM SDK will allow developers to: access and update fields in the user’s profile […]
The BlackBerry Dev Blog recently posted up an interview with Dan Dodge, the co-founder and CEO of QNX, who developed the BlackBerry Tablet OS found in the PlayBook. Dan explains how QNX Neutrino OS found inside the PlayBook works, and what it means for developers. It’s a great read if you want a more technical look […]
We let you know earlier this week that RIM was holding the latest in their series of Webcasts for Developers on Tuesday, April 13th. The topic this time around was the BlackBerry Application Platform Push Service and covered aspects such as how to apply for the service and how it can be useful to your […]
RIM is presenting their latest webcast for developers Tuesday, April 13, 2010 at 2:00 PM EST. This time around they are talking about the BlackBerry Application Platform Push Service and it is sure to be an informative discussion as always. Pratik Sapra, Mobile Application Development Specialist, and Joe Reda, Application Development Consultant, are the presenters, […]
When I woke up this morning I had tons of email and 5 of which was RIM letting us know about their new announcements before WES ’09. One of them caught my attention right away (BES 5.0) then followed by this one titled “RIM Further Extends Push Technology to BlackBerry Developers” which is great news! […]
Being day two of RIM’s first ever Developer Conference brought lots of press releases. RIM introduced the Application Center similar to Apple and Google’s App stores. This will allow developers to sell applications and receive payments via Paypal. The App Center wasn’t a very big surprise after it was leaked weeks ago. Check out all […]