RIM has finally released the Analytics Service Webworks extension and now app developers can get it for their Blackberries. Previously it was for Java developers only.
TAT, The Astonishing Tribe was acquired by RIM and with the future of Blackberry Tablet OS which powers the Blackberry Playbook as well as the new Blackberry 10 OS. With their ability to deliver amazing UI’s as well as killer interfaces they have launched new microsites to the BlackBerry developer community with the BlackBerry Jam Zone given a facelift to […]
RIM has made significant progress with the GitHub open source platform. Open Source is pretty solid development platform on the BlackBerry PlayBook, and now RIM has opened up the Quake3 Engine Port as well as the source code to developers by making it opensource making things more useful and easier using the new framework.
Well well what do we have here, developers now that Hewlett Packard’s OS has been open source to the community, you can now port your webOS application to Blackberry using the WebWorks Platform!!! This is great news for developers to not only showcase their applications to a broader end base, but as well as improving the Blackberry applcation ecosystem. Hit the […]
RIM has made significant progress with the WebWorks platform. WebWorks is pretty solid development platform on the BlackBerry PlayBook, and now RIM has opened up the WebWorkds and Java UI framework to developers by making it opensource making things more useful and easier using the new BBUI.js framework
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.
BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for BlackBerry Smartphones v2.2 is now available for download! What is new in this release? Hit the break to find out!
We told you earlier today, that the Blackberry Playbook with its new BBX update comes about new HTML5 mobile applications. Well it seem that Salesforce is already getting an early start. They gave us a preview of their new application running in the Playbook browser and it looks great. They also included Groupon and BBM integration so you can go […]
Research In Motion has announced today the public beta for the new BlackBerry Advertising Service SDK for BlackBerry WebWorks. With this beta, BlackBerry WebWorks developers can now easily and quickly integrate an additional source of recurring revenue into their applications. All they need is the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK and a few lines of code to gain access to […]
The image above may be confusing to some of you; it is an open source folder for Polar Mobile’s ChildBrowser Extension. Michael Russo from Polar Mobile released this today. The extension allows devs to embed external web pages into the WebWorks app.
RIM has annouced the update version of webworks, BlackBerry WebWorks SDK v 2.1 for BlackBerry Smartphones. This new update comes shortly after the BlackBerry Webworks SDK v 2.1 for Tablet OS, which brings new APIs to BlackBerry Smartphones’ OS. The new capabilities that WebWorks developers can now leverage include NTML & BASIC Authentication support, Camera API, Top […]
RIM acquired tinyHippos a short while ago, and leaving beta Webworks APIs now supports tinyHippos Ripple Emulator. With these new tools developers can compile codes within the simulator without having to edit your source code. This is a great way to develop and take advantage of HTML5 code as well as cross platfrom compatibility. Here are a […]
RIM’s acquisition of tinyHippos has started to shape into a strategy. RIM just announce that tinyHippos crew has refreshed their Ripple emulator Beta Program to support most of Blackberry’s WebWorks APIs. For those of you that are not familiar with what tinyHippos does; think mobile HTML 5 applications and you will be right where you […]
RIM has updated their BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Tablet OS Beta 3! Adam over at the BlackBerry Developer Blog notes “Important architectural changes have been implemented in v22.214.171.124 of the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK, so developers will need to re-compile existing applications using this SDK in order for them to successfully run on the new BlackBerry® […]