03-09-2011 09:58 AM
I believe this question was asked multiple times before, however I was unable to find a clear answer. Any help will be truly appreciated!
I am developing mobile web site (not to be confused with BB Widget and/or BB WebWorks app). I'm trying to find a way to read BlackBerry PIN directly on a page.
If it's not possible, can someone from RIM to confirm it? This may completely change my implementation approach.
Thank you in advance.
NB Please do not point me to WebWorks/Widget API - to the best of my understanding I can't use these JS extensions directly on a web page served by browser.
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03-09-2011 10:52 AM
Just wanted to add a few thoughts about: I believe it makes a lot of sense from security standpoint to block this type of request UNLESS the app is signed (Java/WebWorks SDK). I am 99.9% sure it's the case (not the technology) - my big thanks go to RIM folks who could confirm/refute my educated guess
03-09-2011 02:25 PM