BlackBerry Application World

Posted by Admin | Sunday, December 12, 2010 | | 0 comments »

Research In Motion (RIM) has started the BlackBerry App World seller portico to commence receiving BlackBerry PlayBook applications from makers. Into the bargain, RIM sketched out how makers can turn out to be entitled to get a BlackBerry PlayBook at no cost if their application is put forward and accepted for supply on BlackBerry App World before the presentation of BlackBerry PlayBook in North America.

“Interest and momentum behind the BlackBerry PlayBook continues to build and we are thrilled with the positive response from both the developer community and our customers. With its groundbreaking performance and robust support for industry standard development tools, the BlackBerry PlayBook provides an exceptional platform that appeals to a wide range of mobile app developers, including Adobe AIR and Flash developers, HTML web developers, corporate developers and application hobbyists,” stated Tyler Lessard, Vice President Global Alliances & Developer Relations at Research In Motion. “We are very pleased to be working with developers in advance of the product launch and the opening of BlackBerry App World to accept BlackBerry PlayBook apps is an important next step.”

RIM in addition lately issued an update to the Beta edition of the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR. The renewal now assists Flash Builder 4.5 (Burrito/Flex Mobile) including plug-ins that plays part with either Flash Builder 4.0 or the pre-issued edition of Flash Builder Burrito. Assistance for Flash Builder Burrito puts in drag as well as drop competences, creating it even simpler as well as speedy for developers to develop apps for the BlackBerry PlayBook. The most up-to-date Beta of the SDK also backs up Windows in 64-bit plus involves a simulating device for Linux.

“Developing for the PlayBook has been a pleasurable experience. The APIs are straightforward and optimized for the device and the environment is cross-platform,” stated Jerome Carty, President, JCX Systems, Inc. “The thing that impresses me the most is the potential for the hardware. The gestures for the PlayBook make the device feel as though you have unlimited surface area since they extend beyond the screen to the bezel. This will make for a fun and unique experience for developers and end-users.”

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