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Tutorials to implement basic things in Playbook SDK

Are there any tutorials available for implementing simple features to a Playbook app suchas a list view, pages, tabbed panes or navigating between views, etc.

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Re: Tutorials to implement basic things in Playbook SDK

These things aren't exactly "simple" in the PlayBook Native SDK because it doesn't have Cascades. It would be easier to build a Webworks or AIR app. The native SDK was really targeted at games and ports at that point.

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Re: Tutorials to implement basic things in Playbook SDK

OK fair enough thanks. Now I know. :-)

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Re: Tutorials to implement basic things in Playbook SDK

Qt GUI is an easy enough option - with plenty of tutorials on the web...

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