3443 readersI have just started taking a reasonable look at developing for the Blackberry Playbook. The specs certainly look pretty good. Dual-Core! So far there are only a few videos showing it in action, but those videos show a nice looking tablet. From all accounts the tablet itself will not be out until early next year.
9134 readersI recently participated in the BlackBerry Developer Day co-presenting the BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Bootcamp: Adobe AIR sessions. We led developers through the process of installing all the tools (Flash Builder Burrito, VMWare, BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK and Simulator) and getting up and running to build their first application. As part of this presentation I wanted
4450 readersPlaybook tablet apps can be developed with simulator, it can also run/debug with real playbook. The full check list to start develop Playbook App with Flash Builder is here: http://us.blackberry.com/developers/tablet/adobe.jsp Using simulator is the e...
12138 readersRenaun Erickson has posted a new Flash tutorial:Building BlackBerry PlayBook Apps with Flash Professional CS5. The Tutorial is meant to help those brave developers wanting to build playbook apps with Flash CS5. BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for AIR comes from BlackBerry and has some API's that do not work on AIR on the Desktop. If
3655 readersRIM has announced a new tablet Blackberry Playbook, the device supports Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.5. You can visit Adobe Labs page to get more Resources about Flash Platform Development for BlackBerry Tablet OS. RIM exposes the hardware and software on the OS for developers to create rich and stunning applications. The Blackberry
2228 readersI just posted the Pie Game to the android marketplace and the blackberry marketplace. I made it in response to blackberry's offer of giving away free Playbook tablets to developers that submit applications to their marketplace. If you haven't heard of it: http://devblog.blackberry.com/2011/01/free-blackberry-playbook-tablet-of... The steps were pretty simple for AIR. Download Flash Builder Burrito read
9349 readersThe Blackberry Playbook was announced as the strongest competitor for the iPad, it’s a 7″ inch display multitouch capacitive screen tablet running privative OS, it can run Adobe Flash, Java and a mobile version of Adobe Air. The Playbook is...
5396 readersDevelopers can now use the Adobe Flash Builder platform to develop applications for iOS devices, such as Apple’s iPad and iPhone, as well as for the RIM BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Support for the devices (which had been announced in April) in Flash Builder 4.5.1 allows developers to create apps for a variety of popular devices
10998 readersNote: At some point BlackBerry will come out with support Flash Professional CS5. This article is meant to help those brave developers wanting to build playbook apps with Flash CS5 now. First thing is to note that BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for AIR comes from BlackBerry and has some API's that do not work on
5836 readersYou use Flash Builder to build apps for the upcoming RIM PlayBook. All you need is Flash Builder "Burrito" and the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK (and the simulator, until you can get your hands on an actual PlayBook). But what if you use Flash Professional instead of Flash Builder? Well, there is no Flash Pro
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