03-24-2013 12:27 AM - edited 03-24-2013 12:29 AM
I was just told by a fellow developer that our webworks apps developed for BB 10 have to use bbui.js and make use of title bars, action bars, and menus in order to not be auto-rejected.
Is a true warning? Because we have converted our popular game over to webworks and everything works perfectly on the simulator as-is. Our JS code conflicts with bbui's JS code so they cannot work together. We have built our own in-game sliding menus and buttons using custom graphics and buttons that were developed for our company (costing $$ thousands), rather than using bbUI-style buttons or menus.
Would this auto-disqualify our game to App World? I've heard some conflicting experiences on this so I was hoping that a BB employee could lay it down once and for all
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03-24-2013 02:20 PM
Maybe it'd be needed to get accepted as a Built for Blackberry app, but otherwise, nope. And I am not sure if it's even a requirement for Built for Blackberry.
If a requirement, almost every single one of my apps would have been rejected, and I expect the majority of webworks apps in app world would have been denied too.
03-24-2013 04:13 PM
There may be some confusion as to meeting the bb ui guidelines and using bbui as the ui. BBUI.js is a helpful framework like many others that will guarentee your app works across most BB devices. It's not the only way to get an app through the system.
All apps are properly tested. Although I'm not an employee so I can't answer for BB...
03-26-2013 02:07 PM