Here we are in December already… Where did the time go??? We here at NerdBerry want to celebrate the holidays in a HUGE way! Starting today and ending on December 23 we are going to be running a Holiday Photo Contest from RIM and NerdBerry!!! We have TWO BlackBerry prize packs up for grabs. The two […]
Holiday Photo Contest from RIM and NerdBerry!! Enter for a Chance to Win One of Two BlackBerry Prize Packs!!!
RIM confirms that Adobe AIR apps qualify for the $10K Developer Commitment and Built for BlackBerry Program
When RIM fully announced all the requirements and rules for the $10K Developer Commitment there was much speculation as to whether or not Adobe AIR apps would qualify. Today RIM has made it clear that Adobe AIR apps will indeed be a part of the developer commitment, which is of course what we expected to […]
today on the BlackBerry DevBlog, Joshua Granick, made the argument for porting Adobe Air to native speed with NME. Personally I was unfamiliar with NME, but basically it is a cross-platform framework for rapid game and application development. Granick makes the argument that developers should really look at NME to get their games ported to […]
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For all you developers out there that work within Adobe AIR, the BlackBerry 10 SDK for Air Beta is now available for download. This SDK will allow for easy ports of existing Adobe AIR based apps, and will hopefully help to bulk up the number of BlackBerry 10 apps available at launch time. While you […]
Zinio is a Adobe Air based application that has been mentioned many many times before, but has never came to fruition on the PlayBook. The rumor has started again.
Last week Adobe tried to convey that they were no longer going to support the mobile flash platform. We all focused on the last announcement that was made stating Adobe is “no longer going to be actively developing the Flash Player for Mobile Browsers.”
RIM stated at DevCon last week that the upcoming BlackBerry platform named BBX will not support Java. Alec Saunders, VP of Dev Relations and Ecosystem Development, released a statement detailing the reasoning behind to lack of Java support on the BBX platform.