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Developer
Posts: 121
Registered: ‎11-29-2008
My Device: Not Specified

Documentation

Hi,

I am new to Blackberry and I wonder if there is someplace where I can browse for a complete java documentation support for various blackberry devices.

 

I have seen pieces of the documentation on UI and others from some getting  started document but I don't think I have seen a complete reference listing for all the classes or reference code.

 

Thank you for your help,

 

 

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Developer
Posts: 121
Registered: ‎11-29-2008
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Documentation

Developer
Posts: 1,415
Registered: ‎07-30-2008
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Documentation

For the reasons posted earlier, I'd recommend rendering the javadocs into individual files per class,

renamining them into the same directory, and then you can search for key words

using things like grep -il.

$ grep -il sort *
blackberry.api.blackberrymessenger.Session.txt
blackberry.api.pdap.BlackBerryContactList.txt
device.api.collection.ChainableCollection.txt
device.api.collection.IntKeyProviderAdaptor.txt
device.api.collection.IntRangedActionTarget.txt
device.api.collection.LoadableCollection.txt
device.api.collection.LongKeyProviderAdaptor.txt
device.api.collection.LongRangedActionTarget.txt
device.api.collection.OrderedList.txt
device.api.collection.ReadableIntList.txt
device.api.collection.ReadableList.txt
device.api.collection.ReadableLongList.txt
device.api.collection.ReadableTree.txt
device.api.collection.SortableCollection.txt
device.api.collection.WritableIntMap.txt
device.api.collection.package-frame.txt
device.api.collection.package-summary.txt
device.api.collection.package-tree.txt
device.api.collection.util.BigIntVector.txt
device.api.collection.util.BigLongVector.txt
device.api.collection.util.BigSortedReadableList.txt
device.api.collection.util.BigUnsortedReadableList.txt
device.api.collection.util.BigVector.txt
device.api.collection.util.CollectionListenerManager.txt
device.api.collection.util.IntSortedReadableList.txt
device.api.collection.util.LongHashtableCollection.txt
device.api.collection.util.LongSortedReadableList.txt
device.api.collection.util.ReadableListCombiner.txt
device.api.collection.util.ReadableListUtil.txt
device.api.collection.util.SortedReadableList.txt
device.api.collection.util.SparseList.txt
device.api.collection.util.UnsortedReadableList.txt
device.api.collection.util.package-frame.txt
device.api.collection.util.package-summary.txt
device.api.collection.util.package-tree.txt
device.api.crypto.tls.TLSAlertException.txt
device.api.i18n.Locale.txt
device.api.ldap.LDAPComparator.txt
device.api.ldap.package-summary.txt
device.api.system.PersistentContent.txt
device.api.system.PersistentObject.txt
device.api.ui.MenuItem.txt
device.api.ui.component.ActiveFieldCookie.txt
device.api.ui.component.Menu.txt
device.api.util.Arrays.txt
device.api.util.IntMultiMap.txt
device.api.util.IntVector.txt
device.api.util.ObjectUtilities.txt
device.api.util.SimpleSortingIntVector.txt
device.api.util.SimpleSortingVector.txt
device.api.util.StringMatch.txt
device.api.util.StringUtilities.txt
device.api.util.package-frame.txt
device.api.util.package-summary.txt
device.api.util.package-tree.txt

Developer
Posts: 34
Registered: ‎10-02-2008
My Device: Bold 9000

Re: Documentation

If you are using the Eclipse JDE plugin you can also go to Help, Contents, and then BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse Guide. There you can find the complte JavaDocs and that is already searchable, plus lots of other stuff in addition to the javadocs. 

 

beren

beren erchamion
BlackBerry Development Advisor
Posts: 15,889
Registered: ‎07-09-2008
My Device: BlackBerry PRIV
My Carrier: Bell

Re: Documentation

You can also bring up the JavaDocs in the BlackBerry JDE via the Help menu or by pressing Shift + F1.
Mark Sohm
BlackBerry Development Advisor

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