While many developers have started to use Marmalade to develop their BlackBerry 10 apps and games, there is now the Marmalade Quick Beta that will allow devs to speed up the process. The Quick Beta allows you to make 2D apps and games in a fraction of the time, which will hopefully help developers get […]
The BlackBerry 10 Jam Tour is still going on, with its latest stop in Kuwait yesterday. The Kuwait event was what RIM has been calling a Mini Jam, but it still saw 40 local developers come out to see what developing for BlackBerry 10 is all about.
In an effort to supplement existing tools for developers looking to use Qt, RIM will be holding a webcast this week. The webcast will cover multiple topics, as well as provide an opportunity for developers to ask questions of the experts at RIM.
As we quickly approach the official launch of BlackBerry 10 more and more developers tools are reaching Gold status. Today it is the BlackBerry 10 SDK for Adobe AIR, which will help developers get their AIR based apps fine tuned for BlackBerry 10.
I am sure that there are a few of you out there that just can’t be bothered with the intricacies that are involved with sideloading apps onto your PlayBook. No one can blame you, the process is not designed for the everyday user, but one developer has made a nice and easy browser plugin that will let you sideload […]
The folks over at the BlackBerry DevBlog have added a new post that will benefit developers working with Cascades for their BlackBerry 10 apps. Developers have been asking for a method to make Cascades apps open faster since May.
While RIM is prepping to release the most important operating system of the platforms existence, they are not forgetting about the up and coming developers for BlackBerry. In the new year we will see BlackBerry 10 get launched, and RIM has stated that it is a future-proofed mobile operating system, so it only makes sense […]
Recently during the BlackBerry Jam Asia conference RIM spoke about the name change of BlackBerry AppWorld to simply BlackBerry World. Now I am sure that there are quite a few developers and users that have been wondering what this change entails, while RIM outlined it today in a post.
Some of you may be wondering what Urban Airship is, but if you are a developer that does cross-platform work you will be well aware or perhaps use Urban Airship. Urban Airship makes it easy for developers as you can centralize your push notification system instead of having to configure it for every platform or […]
Yesterday RIM released a press release about their joint venture with Appcelerator for the BlackBerry 10 platform. Today Alec Saunders, VP of BlackBerry Developer Relations, has made a guest post on the Appcelerator site stating “There is No Better Time – Carpe Diem Devs”.
With the launch of BlackBerry 10 getting closer and closer, RIM is doing everything they can to make it easy for developers. Today they have posted the guidelines for how to port iOS and Android NDK apps over to BlackBerry 10.
In Africa soon a group of IT members will band together to form the, The Blackberry Project 120, with the initiative of a young Motswana, Itumeleng Garebatshabe, who aims to mobilize IT and programming students to create information and ideas sharing network amongst the 120 members that will be selected.
Mobile LinkIn the above video Alex Kinsella from Inside BlackBerry Dev Blog, gets us up-to-date on what is happening in the developer world. During the video above you will hear him mention that more information surrounding the Limited Edition BlackBerry 10 Developer phone will be released this week!
Getting the word out about BlackBerry 10 and app development for the new OS is essential now. And bringing the awesomeness of BlackBerry 10 to the world is the object of the BlackBerry 10 Jams. This time two BlackBerry 10 Jams are headed to the Middle East this December. Qatar and Kuwait are getting the two […]
Mobile Link Pinoy developers hacked their way through 40 hours of non-stop coding in what marked as BlackBerry’s first simultaneous regional hackathon. Held October 12-14, 2012, BlackBerry JamHack 2012 — Manila kicked off at the Alphaland Southgate Mall in Makati and was participated by twenty eight teams.
There is no doubt that augmented reality apps like Wikitude brought something new and exciting to the BlackBerry platform. With BlackBerry 10 we are hoping to see further progression on the augmented reality front, and the Wikitude will help developers get there. The BlackBerry Dev Blog has put together some of the best links and […]
While the title sounds a bit brash hear me out. RIM could have struck up a deal with Android/Google to give us support to Google Play Store on our PlayBooks. Instead they built in a half-ass Dalvik runtime that essentially emulates the Android environment. Why? We know RIM is tracking the source of Android and is planning […]
Back in May RIM talked out their developer $10,000 guarantee. And low and behold true to their word the Built For BlackBerry site has gone live. It’s simple. Just create a BlackBerry 10 app and get it approved through the Built for BlackBerry program. If you earn a minimum of $1,000 USD on your app over 12 months […]
Research In Motion has opened registration for BlackBerry Jam Europe! BlackBerry Jam Europe will take place in Amsterdam on 5-6 February, 2013 in Amsterdam! BlackBerry® Jam Europe is an unprecedented showcase for BlackBerry development and is where you can get everything you need to build outstanding apps for the upcoming BlackBerry® 10 platform.
We have seen numerous accounts of developers porting their apps over to BlackBerry 10, and doing so with ease. Well it looks like a few more devs are doing some work bringing over some Harmattan/Symbian Qt/QML apps to the BlackBerry ecosystem.