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Posts: 54
Registered: ‎10-07-2008
My Device: Not Specified

BlackBerry Dev with NetBeans Mobility Pack

Hi there,


I found a solution to develop for BB much easier.


I downloaded the NetBeans Mobility Pack. (previously downloaded the last BlackBerry JDE)


And followed this instructions (note that the instruction where made with a previous version, so it´s little differente but is the same) :BB with NetBeans


Its very ease to configure, the IDE is impresive, I liked more than Eclipse and integrates very smooth. Whe you create the project, it creates  Hello World example very clear, its helpful. Smiley Happy


It launches the emulator and can debug. 


I will continue to import the KSOP library to consume WebServices. I think will find it easier than Eclipse.


Wait for my findings with NetBeans




Posts: 120
Registered: ‎06-23-2009
My Device: Not Specified

Re: BlackBerry Dev with NetBeans Mobility Pack

[ Edited ]

i am using netbeans 6.5 , I followed the link but its for 5.5.

 i am getting this error.

 Updating application descriptor: C:\Documents and Settings\Ad\My Documents\NetBeansProjects\MobileApplication3\dist\MobileApplication3.jad Application descriptor does not declare any MIDlet. Direct execution is not allowed.


i already tried these.



how can i configure netbeans 6.5 for blackberry.?

Message Edited by jackofall on 06-25-2009 05:12 PM
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