The WebWorks platform lets developers use familiar Web tools to write apps that look native on BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook tablets.
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Blackberry Java Application Tool is a handy and reliable program that eases the deployment of Java apps onto your Blackberry device. The utility is also capable of other advanced operations such.
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The conclusion is that the BlackBerry Java ME implementation is a good one, and can be very well be used as a base for your implementation on BlackBerry. But if your midlet is based on the Canvas class and developed for Nokia-style phones you will probably need to make some changes, mainly with menues, softkeys etc. You can them detect at runtime if the midlet is on a BlackBerry or not and.
The book teaches how to write rich, interactive, and smart BlackBerry applications in Java. It expects the readers to know Java but not Java Mobile or the BlackBerry APIs. We will learn to build rich, interactive, and smart Java applications for the BlackBerry. The book will cover UI programming, data storage, programming network, and internet API apps. As we move on, we will learn more about.
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The Blackberry Java Development Environment, found here, is a pretty interetsting tool to work with. I mean, we’re all spoiled with the likes of Netbeans, Eclipse, and those other IDEs that try to make life as candy as possible. So, I see a lot of ranting about JDE in the J2ME community. Jeez. I mean, I grew up programming on DOS command lines for chrissake. So, what are you complaining.