08-30-2008 03:57 AM
I am new in BlackBerry development, i want to know how can i start development? Before that i was working in Symbin C++ technology, i know J2ME. i installed JDE 4.5.0 in I have some questions pleae answer me.
1: What language support for development C++ or J2ME or Both?
2: For development is that required any developer certificate for accessing in phone, so where can i get it?
3: I want to made application that handle call, incoming and outgoig call, so what API will use and it is public or Private?
4: Also read call log history how?
08-30-2008 09:18 AM - edited 08-30-2008 09:25 AM
1) JDE is a mixture of J2ME and BlackBerry specific classes. You can develop C++ somewhere else as far as I know ...
2) You can run all classes in the simulator, but if you want to load them into a real device, you'll need the application to be signed. (search "code signing" on BB website)
4) I don't know (but refer to 3)
09-01-2008 04:58 AM
Thanks man for showing interest, as yous valuable link i got read log of mobile. One thing, how can i start development in JDE, made a midlet or simple jave file, because i do not want to make midlet, i want make it like service that works background in mobile it is possible and please refer me any document to how to work in JDE for aming first application.
09-01-2008 03:37 PM
Again, you should've done your research by searching the knowledge database / forums before asking!
searching "background application" on the database will get you some articles!
09-01-2008 06:17 PM
Starting out with the plan to immediately create a background application is going to, in my opinion, get you into trouble. A bit like running before you can walk. I think you should work through the Developer Guide and the Labs so you understand how the BlackBerry hangs together, before you launch into a complex application.
09-02-2008 12:02 AM
Just want to add the official Getting Started link:
The Developer Video Library has a growing number of introductory and advanced videos as well:
The Hello World sample application is included with the JDE samples.jdw workspace (loaded by default when JDE is first started).