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How to develop on Blackberry 10

Hi,

what is Blackberry 10?

Is it the new QNX OS for smartphone?
Does it run COD files written for BlackBerry 7?

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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10

There is no ability to run Blackberry COD files. There is no new Java support at all. There is no backward compatibility for BB Java, unless something new has happened that I haven't heard about. The new dev environment is C++ and completely different.

 

This has been the talk of the list for some months - where have you been?  :smileyhappy:

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10

okay

So when they are releasing it and may be it would be clients choice ti choose from BB 10 or its prior java supported versions.

any how thanks for the information

Thank you
warm regards
Mohammed Aziz
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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10

Beta is released today, for example here is the dev environment and Simulator if you want to develop a native app,

https://bdsc.webapps.blackberry.com/cascades/

 

The BB10 phones will only run BB10 or above.  Phones running previous OSs will not be able to upgrade to BB10, 

 

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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10

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RexDoug wrote:

There is no ability to run Blackberry COD files. There is no new Java support at all. There is no backward compatibility for BB Java, unless something new has happened that I haven't heard about. The new dev environment is C++ and completely different.

 

This has been the talk of the list for some months - where have you been?  :smileyhappy:

 


 

My app was one of the best seller in the financial section of the app store but I lost the interest in BB

when I heard that there is no Java in QNX, I come back here to ask if something is changed.

farewell guys, RIM is sinking, I will not sink my company with him.

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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10

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peter_strange, do you know if there is a similar forum for BB10 or a plans to have one?

Native Development forum deals with TabletOS :smileysad:

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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10


walkin wrote:

peter_strange, do you know if there is a similar forum for BB10 or a plans to have one?

Native Development forum deals with TabletOS :smileysad:


For the sake of these forums, TabletOS = BB10.  Tablet OS applications are forwards compatible with BlackBerry 10.

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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10

RIM is making the same error on Nokia but Nokia chosen a better partner (Microsoft)...

If rim don't want to sink have to switch to android, don't you agree with me?

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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10

no, i don't agree there.
Nokia had developed an own OS (Maemo) with very interesting properties, but they decided to drop it and join with Microsoft.

RIM is developing an own platform (in some aspects similar to Maemo), they take a risk, but if they succeed they will have the best mobile platform out there, together with a coherent application ecosystem.

Switching to a convoluted platform like android would make absolutely no sense for RIM whatsoever.
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Re: How to develop on Blackberry 10


simon_hain wrote:
Nokia had developed an own OS (Maemo) with very interesting properties, but they decided to drop it and join with Microsoft.

RIM is developing an own platform (in some aspects similar to Maemo), they take a risk, but if they succeed they will have the best mobile platform out there, together with a coherent application ecosystem.

Nokia failed with maemo, if Nokia failed with maemo I can't understand why RIM should success with QNX.

RIM got the first proof of the failure with the Blackberry Tablet, no one bought it, no one developed on it.