Count.ly Realtime Mobile App Analytics keeps track of what your app is doing. This is a good tool for developers to see how their app is performing daily. The Dashboard is the main feature which keeps multiple stats in one place, easily accessible.
Mobile Link RIM has made it easy for developers to get on board and to develop for BlackBerry and BlackBerry 10, with the push for tomorrow technology and the use of NFC. RIM is pushing the envelope for a new way and wave of ways of NFC to be implemented into gaming for the current and new platform. This short video shows a [...]
On Thursday, October 18th user groups around Los Angeles are organizing an event for all to come and learn a little more about this thing we call mobile development – Mobile Camp LA. Regardless of what floats your boat (game development, UI frameworks, cross-platform strategies, etc.) there are sessions for everyone. In addition to these [...]
We told you about RIM working on a theme for BlackBerry 10 for users who use jQuery, now they have released these repositories within GitHub for Devs to jump on board and use jQueryMobile is a unified HTML5-based cross-platform mobile framework that supports all popular mobile platforms, including the java-based BlackBerry smartphones and BlackBerry PlayBook. This [...]
RIM has open upon up and released the code for OAuth! What is OAuth you say, is an open protocol to allow secure authorization in a simple and standard method from web, mobile and desktop applications. OAuth is an open standard for authorization used by tons of popular services, foursquare, Twitter, and Tumblr, to name a few. [...]
If you are a developer for BlackBerry and plan on releasing an awesome app using the bbUI.js open source framework, there is a contest that you will definitely want to enter. We originally wrote about the OSBBx Contest a little while ago, but you can now enter as a developer and get your name in [...]
OSBBx has finally launched their App Centre for the Playbook. The App Centre is for open source apps, you can download them to the Playbook or your computer. Features: PB Version: Localbar 2 support built in for on-device installation
RIM has definitely put more of a focus on developers, and general development for BlackBerry 10 than we have seen on previous OS updates. Today on Twitter RIM’s Senior Director of Open Source, @pelegri, announced that they have surpassed 237 open source samples.
RIM is continuing to make progress with and for the Blackberry 10, you can see from the approach that when this platform is finalized it will be ready to take on many challenges as well as critics and other platforms. RIM has published samples of code using Cascades, the Blackberry 10 Native SDK, as well HTML [...]
If you are a BlackBerry Developer you will be happy to know that ZXing and CppUnit both have been ported for BlackBerry 10! ZXing (pronounced “zebra crossing”) is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java, with ports to other languages. It decodes barcodes on the device without communicating with a server. ZXing [...]
Twitter clients on the PlayBook have been a little hard to come by, and especially free ones at that. While there are some good options for anyone that is willing to pay a few bucks, for those of us that are looking for a free alternative the landscape is a little sparse. While there is a new [...]
YouTube Mobile Link Check out this video on Mielophone, the latest open source music streaming app for the Playbook. Blackberry App World Description: Mielophone – is a free, open-source, minimalistic app for searching and listening music and everything related to it. The data are gather from vast variety of source available in internet including: MusicBrainz, [...]