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A few weeks ago Adam put together a template for WebWorks extensions, so future extensions could be done more consistently by just cloning the template and instantiating the actual code. The template comes in two versions, one for the Tablets and … Continue reading
As you may know, the BlackBerry PlayBook browser ranks first among all native tablet browsers in the HTML5 test. We’ve pushed a new playbook-2.0.0 branch to our WebKit-PlayBook repository in GitHub. This branch contains the WebKit source code in the PlayBook 2.0 (b.7971) … Continue reading
Innovation Happens Elsewhere Youmi, correctly, complains that my post on GDC2012 only mentions Open Source repositories hosted at GitHub.com/BlackBerry, so here are some additional links that might be of interest: Frogatto Ported to the Blackberry Playbook. Code at GitHub; see LICENSE for details … Continue reading
This week is the Games Developer Conference at the Moscone Center, in San Francisco. RIM is a sponsor, has a booth at the Expo and has several sessions. Our Open Source projects are a key part of the sessions. Some … Continue reading
Martin Woolley and John Murray from our Developer Relations team have been hard at work creating sample applications that illustrate the use of the BlackBerry NFC APIs. Most of these samples are now available at GitHub; the latest addition is … Continue reading