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BlackBerry 10 Community Port-A-Thon question

Do apps using frameworks built in-house (i.e. not public ones like Marmalade, Qt etc.) qualify (provided they meet the basic guidelines of app functionality)?

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Re: BlackBerry 10 Community Port-A-Thon question

From the page https://developer.blackberry.com/builtforblackberry/documentation/criteria/games.html : "Note that if you use a proprietary game engine, further testing to evaluate the quality of the user experience will be performed."

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Can we use Cascades?
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Re: BlackBerry 10 Community Port-A-Thon question

But I am more interested in knowing the eligibility for cash rewards rather than the Built for BlackBerry cerfication.

 

Looks like we won't get a reply until the New Year.

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Re: BlackBerry 10 Community Port-A-Thon question

>Do apps using frameworks built in-house (i.e. not public ones like Marmalade, Qt etc.) qualify (provided they meet the basic guidelines of app functionality)?

Looks like they do. I submitted a game that does not use any UI libraries and it did qualify.