02-13-2013 08:42 PM - edited 02-13-2013 08:43 PM
Just been wondering if these APIs are available for developers so they can start integrating apps with these services/features? As far as I could see there's no documentation regarding mentioned platform features. So may I ask when it'll be available if it's going to be so at all?
03-26-2013 02:11 PM - edited 03-26-2013 03:04 PM
I would like to see more options (besides evernote) for places to sync remember notes/voice/photos.
I am aware of these invocations: http://developer.blackberry.com/cascades/documenta
From that page it is not clear if it is possible to mimic the evernote integration. I would like to know if it is possible for me to write an app that would be able to add a folder to the remember app that is then synced with Toodledo (which has an open API), for example. For true sync, it would also need to be able to download changes from Toodledo that are made on the website or other applications.
Would this also be possible with Dropbox? For example, I make a custom file format that is uploaded to dropbox when a remember note is created, and the voice notes and/or photos attached to the note are also uploaded.
EDIT: After some more reading, I have more confidence that access to the remember notes/notebooks is possible, and that we can also create such notebooks. My question now is whether we can integrate our own 3rd-party app/code the way evernote is integrated? In other words, can we add a new account type? And then this account type would have some app attached that runs in the background, or runs whenever the remember app runs, to synchronize the data?
If it's not possible to add a new account type, then is it possible to make an app, that when it is run, it synchronizes the on-device notebooks with some arbitrary service? Even better, is it possible to make an invocation that subscribes to notebook events and automatically starts the 3rd-party app to do the synchronization?