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jtegen
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

Looks like B4BB will need to resubmit apps with completed invocation whenit becomes available. Need to get the app approved by App World first, then there might be time to get the enhanced features in for B4BB.
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jtegen
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

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dmalik
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

AIR docs also live with samples

 

https://developer.blackberry.com/air/documentation/bb10/app_integration.html 

 

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Dustin

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apman
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

Dustin, do you have any info on whether this list will still grow gradually, or if this is all that will be made available?

(I can see that Voice Notes is probably not very high priority, but I'm just wondering if it will come eventually)

 

 


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dmalik
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

The list will grow after all of the details of BB10 are revealed. So after launch. Tune in January 30th :smileyhappy:

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mdd
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

Question 1:

   Are the existing PB mechanisms still supported: e.g.

      - pdfFile.openWithDefaultApplication,

      - navigateToURL( "mailTo:" )

On the simulator at least, the photo previewer works as before, but wondering about the others.

 

Question 2:

   When I include the following in my bar-descriptor.xml:

	<invoke-target id="sys.bbm.sharehandler">
	  <type>VIEWER</type>
	     <filter>
	           <action>bb.action.OPEN</action>
	           <mime-type>application/x-map</mime-type>
	     </filter>
	</invoke-target>

 and try to export a release build in FB 4.7, it says that "sys.bbm.sharehandler" is restricted...

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apman
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

You need to use your own reverse DNS app id as id.  And I think the same with the action, e.g. com.me.action.OPEN

 


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jtegen
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Re: BB10 Invocation Schemas

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Please note that in this blog posting, they discuss invocation schemas that are not documented any where else:

 

http://devblog.blackberry.com/2013/01/blackberry-10-webworks-sdk-january-refresh/?CPID=E10C020

 

It covers email, file picker to name a few.  RIM can we get full docs on this as well???

 

Also, the calender creation, "Location" in the GUI, invocation field is "location::<value>\n".  It too is not documented, but seems to work.  As an aside, who picked the date/time format used to invocate the calendar?  Very odd format.  You would think using the vCalendar format would have been more universal and less prone to error in the format.

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