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Introduction I get a lot of questions regarding how a new AliceJS effect is born. Most people are interested particularly about how you make code reusable. Lots of people know how to write an app. Few people know how to … Continue reading
Introduction I get a lot of questions regarding how a new AliceJS effect is born. Most people are interested particularly about how you make code reusable. Many know how to write an app, but few think of how to write … Continue reading
Tim released the first version of bbUI.js with support for BlackBerry 10 last week – in addition to BlackBerry Smartphones and PlayBook – during BlackBerry10 Jam. No changes in licensing; the code continues to be released under ASL2. There are … Continue reading
We are getting ready for BB 10 Jam in Orlando. The WebWorks team recently promoted two of their repositories from BlackBerry-WebWorks to the top-level BlackBerry organization. The BB10-WebWorks-Packager bundles the content of a WebWorks Application with the BB10-WebWorks-Framework to create a BAR that … Continue reading
Since October last year, when George Staikos sent mail to webkit-dev, the RIM Browser team has been in the process of upstreaming the BlackBerry port specific changes to the WebKit community. The initial phase consisted of upstreaming code changes that are specific to … Continue reading
Now that the PlayBook OS 2 update that supports WebGL has been released, we are simplifying the development of WebGL applications on the platform, and to that end, improving support for Three.js, a popular WebGL framework. Recently two Three.js fixes proposed … Continue reading
We have two new contributors: Rory Craig-Barnes (glasspear) is contributing to bbUI.js and WebWorks-Samples. Martin Kleinschrodt (MaKleSoft) is contributing to WebWorks-Community-APIs. Welcome to both! And an encouragement to others to participate in any of our projects. Some, like WebWorks-Community-APIs already … Continue reading