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Can we write plain HTML5, JavaScript and CSS in BB 10 webworks development.

Hi All,

            Can we write plain HTML5, JavaScript and CSS in BB 10 webworks development.

 

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Re: Can we write plain HTML5, JavaScript and CSS in BB 10 webworks development.

Yes.

 

Here's an example of an application named BrickBreaker that was written entirely in HTML5, JavaScript and CSS.  It can be pacakged into a BlackBerry 10 application using the WebWorks SDK:

https://github.com/blackberry/BB10-WebWorks-Community-Samples/tree/master/BrickBreaker

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