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01-02-2013 10:28 AM
It was mentioned that the BB10 invocation schemas would be published after the 1st of the year. Has anyone seen those?
Nothing new here:
Also, it was mentioned that we would see AIR code samples too, instead of just Cascade samples.
Still waiting on:
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01-02-2013 01:14 PM
Some new invocation API's are being pushed to the server today. I'm not sure when it will be synced but I'm going to guess in the next day or two. AIR Invocation docs are on track to go up sometime next week.
01-02-2013 02:10 PM
01-03-2013 07:33 PM - edited 01-03-2013 07:35 PM
I had more or less expected to by now be able to test Invocation API's with stock apps on the device...
Testing integration with these API's is pretty much impossible without the native file manager, e-mail, Docs To Go, Facebook, PDF. And releasing a major app without any such testing would be silly. Yet to qualify for various programs (B4BB, 10K, Dev Alpha C, Limited Edition device) we are expected to integrate and be available at launch...
01-04-2013 08:04 AM
I think RIM should relax the requirements/deadlines for their incentive programs - otherwise you'll only end up with a bunch of apps that just invoke *anything* for the sake of it, rather than actually using the BB10 capabilities in the service of flow and a great user experience.
My app : Get set - Get up! Get ready for the snooze revolution.
01-04-2013 02:15 PM
It may be too late to modify schedules or terms and conditions, but the least RIM could do is let AIR devs pass Built For BlackBerry testing with just integration of BBM invoke for now. Even if BBM invoke doesn't really make sense for the app, after launch when AIR presumably gets the resources it has been starved for, AIR devs could fix up their apps to invoke something more value added for their particular app. The terms of the 10K program don't preclude anyone from improving their app over the 12 month period of the program.