Hello devs, RIM is putting on a BlackBerry Native Game dev webcast on thurs, Sept 13th, starting at 11:00 am EST. You'll learn how to create rich, powerful games with the BlackBerry Native SDK and easily port existing games to BlackBerry PlayBook and BlackBerry 10. In the webcast, take an in-depth look at the BlackBerry
If you have a Dev Alpha (I still don't), you've had your fair share of bugs to deal with over the last couple of months. Add possibly the weirdest one so far to the checklist as developers all over are reporting getting an end of Dev Alpha program message.
Veronica O, PR for RIM, sent me a message today to let all of you know that with BlackBerry Jam Americas now being less than a month away, there are some important things you should consider to prepare yourself, whether you have already registered to attend, or not:
Today RIM released their beta API road map for when certain development features for BlackBerry 10 developers will be available. This is great way on RIM's part of being transparent to their developers and to help them plan out their development of BlackBerry 10 apps in preparation
As a UI and graphics designer myself, I can appreciate the work it takes for a coder to take that interface and make it into a functioning app. There is a symbiotic relationship of UI and code that makes up a great app.
If you are a app designer yourself, you may be interested in RIM's latest contest called, Stump the Devs:
So as I was checking out the BlackBerry 10 Jam Sydney recap video uploaded by RIM today (see video above), and I came across some new things I didn't already know. At min 2:25 in the video, VP of Dev Relations, Alec Saunders, is seen talking to the the Sydney developer crowd, in which he states
RIM has started to send out emails to notify devs that a new version of the Vendor Portal will start taking affect soon. The new version build is 4.0 and brings a few much needed features and updates. Check out the full changelog below:
One of the biggest difficulties/annoyances in developing an app on whatever platform is having to adjust said app to the screen resolutions of all the different devices in said platform. More variations in screen resolutions across a platform equal more work for an app developer.
RIM has started rolling out OS 10.0.6.545 to BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha devices. As of now there is no change log for the update so we are not sure what this update brings as far as fixes or enhancements go. So if you have a BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device get out that USB cord and give your
One of the great avenues that RIM has brought to BlackBerry PlayBook and upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS, is the ability for Android developers to take their apps, and with a few simple steps make them compatible to use on the BlackBerry platform. This conversion process is otherwise known as, porting.
At long last, the long awaited developer conference to be held from Septermber 25-27 in sunny San Jose California is now open for registration. The event will be hosted at the San Jose Convention Center. Historically, this is the most affordable conference to date with the low early bird