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MSohm
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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

Good catch.  I've fixed this in the post above.

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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

If I created a game before the updates and wanted to get it working for the new update can you tell me what I need to do or point me to the page that explains this. Thank you.

 

The game was create in actionscript. in Burrito and I now have the full version of Adobe CS 5.5

 

Just in case I am posting in the wrong place can you tell where to post and not that I am posting in the wrong place. Thanks in advance.

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lekasoft
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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

Hello, I love this thread because it is the only onw that really helped me progress with my work.

But right now I'm stuck in a debug token problem.

After installing the debug token on the simulator It is always invalid.

I try to run my app in simulator and everything looks fine expect that I get in my command line:

result : invalid

The date is fine, I fixed it to match my computer's.

What could be the problem ?

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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

Achieved to fix it ..no debug token needed for simulator :smileyhappy:
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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

Hi lekasoft,

 

how did you manage to delete the debug token from the simulator ?

 

I have followed the steps of this guide, installed successfully but my app does not launch, the result is invalid.

 

It seems it's the same problem that you encountered (except your app was running despite the error message)

 

Loic

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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

this guide does not mention which of the 2 CSJ files received we are supposed to use.

 

Is it client-PBDT-xxxx or client-RDK-xxx ?

 

Loic

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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook


ltalbot wrote:

this guide does not mention which of the 2 CSJ files received we are supposed to use.

 

Is it client-PBDT-xxxx or client-RDK-xxx ?

 

Loic


You need to install both of them.  PBDT allows you to create debug tokens.  RDK allows you to sign applications.

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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

Outstanding post, outstanding work! Don't suppose you can do the same again for developing HTML 5 apps? I have been playing with HTML 5 more recently and fell in love.  The app I submitted was a Flash app, but I'm not sure I can handle it without buying the software.

 

Definitely want to give the web app development a try - the Playbook browser handles the latest HTML 5 features very well - kudos to the BB developers!

 

When going through all of that the part I stumbled most on was the signing part (which I can't say I completely get yet, but maybe is a matter of practice)

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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

Hi !

Is this e-mail normal becouse I don't think so :

 

Dear App World Vendor,

Research In Motion is pleased to inform you that release '1.0.4.0' of your product 'Match Game for BlackBerry PlayBook' has been approved.

Regards,

The BlackBerry App World™ Team 

 

Ok, it is approved but why didn't they give me the link, or why wasn't I able to find it in appworld ?

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Re: [Tips] Definitive guide to AIR apps for playbook

You need to post it for sale inside your vendor portal and it can take 24 hours to 2 weeks to show up in app world. You can force a refresh (type 'rst') from App World, but it can still take a little time.
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