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Registered: ‎08-14-2010
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A good start to Native development

Hi I am developer for BB java.


And want to move to NDK development for BB 10.


Can anyone suggest me a good road map ?


A book ? A tutorial guide to grasp the idea.


And for C/C++ language too.


Thank you in advance

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Registered: ‎08-10-2010
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Re: A good start to Native development

For native development this is a good website where documentation is given for Native NDK development.





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Registered: ‎05-11-2012
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Re: A good start to Native development

The documentation is indeed a good source of information for the beginner, especially useful are the tutorials as it is much more valuable to actually do those steps yourself and hit a few problems then resolve them.


Once you get beyond the base tutorials, I reccommendlooking through the Sample Apps as these are intended to give you an introduction into the specific features of cascades and hopefully inspire you for your own app development.


There is also the knowledge base articles that tackle common issues and hopefully give some pointers.




Hope this helps.



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Re: A good start to Native development