07-18-2012 09:44 AM
I can certainly add that to the request list.
The plan is to start, for the most part, with the basics, and get more complex. That helps us ensure we have good coverage in content as well.
Just need to find the experts in each topic and find time to sit them down to record.
07-18-2012 10:09 AM
That and they already have plenty to do in their day to day jobs... Fortunately, I'm good at getting favours using baked goods.
07-18-2012 12:09 PM
Muchas Gracias... lo tendre en cuenta y buscare a ver que puedo aportar igualmente si veo algo inteesante no duden que lo compartire en esta comunidad que la verdad es muy interesante todo lo nuevo que esta generando Blackberry ahora con el BB 10 estoy a la expectativa jejejeje
Gracias de nuevo
08-08-2012 04:20 AM
this app must have actagories with startups setup the simulator, code reuse, building the Ui , debug, using the name space, libraries, and the syntaxs demos
09-04-2012 11:32 PM
The "Simple List" walkthrough is awesome; I'd love to see more straightforward tutorials. I enjoyed the tutorial about the Photoshop Exporter, but since I don't use Photoshop it's of limited use to me. At the moment. I'm preparing a business case
One thing that would be fantastic for a walkthrough would be just configuring the IDE (including importing the signing keys and uploading a debug token) for a rank beginner. I just spent a few days bashing my head against a few silly little hurdles when I would have liked to be writing code.
09-05-2012 05:02 AM
After developing few application, couple of ideas on videos could be:
1. Highlights of the latest SDK features
2. Lazy loading of content in places like Grids / Lists etc
3. Performance optimization techniques
5. Designing basics and the Exporter plugin
6. Invocation and IPC framework
7. Probably if a weekly video on UI entries similar to Stump UI competition - which would have insight on tought process and why few key things were done in a way as they are during making that UI
09-05-2012 09:44 AM
Does this help at all?
09-05-2012 09:46 AM
I know some of those are on the list, but I've pasted your whole list into the wiki for organizing.
09-05-2012 02:18 PM
There's some great resources on that page (can't wait to dig into the WebWorks tutorial); that definitely would have come in handy.
The problem, of course, is that I didn't know to look there.
So, secondary suggestion: a "virtual boot camp" that collects all your current resources in one place and suggests tracks for multiple development paths.
(BTW, this is kind of a "last mile" issue; you guys have assembled some awesome resources in the past year!)