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06-16-2013 11:53 AM
Thanks guys, I will test out both. Right now I'm not looking to port to other platforms.
Playing with both I see the advantage now, cascades is bringing back bad memories of the computer engineering course I took.
06-17-2013 10:49 AM
If you're struggling with getting Ripple to build, you may like working with a build script more, something that can be integrated into the IDE that you are using, or run from the command line.
If you are interested, check out this project. There's a video that shows you how it works and how to use it in Sublime:
06-18-2013 10:43 AM
It depends on the type of app that you have in mind. For games, NATIVE SDK provides wide extensibilty but if you are concentrating on simple apps, WEBWORKS is the term.
Have a Great time with blackberry!
06-21-2013 05:25 AM - edited 06-21-2013 05:26 AM
I disagree with the final answer.
There is no such imperative "easiest", it is relative to you. It depends of what you want to achieve and what you are used to develop