09-04-2012 03:25 PM
The newly posted "Built for BlackBerry" criteria mention in the Tools section that the apps must be written using "tools designed specifically for BlackBerry 10", then lists both Native SDK and WebWorks SDK as examples.
The way it's worded, it appears to me that this would not exclude the use of the "BlackBerry-Py" project, which is a community-driven project to support the development of full BB10 apps written with the Python programming language. Although Python itself is not "designed for BB10", clearly neither is the C programming language, so this must be more about the APIs available. With BB-Py we should be able to access pretty much any of the BB10 APIs, including Cascades of course, so I would hope to see this as an accepted approach.
Would it be possible to get a clarification on this?
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09-04-2012 04:20 PM
I would guess that they would see any python apps as being NDK C++ apps. I think that they are mostly trying to filter out the Android apps with this wording...
01-27-2013 08:30 PM