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06-15-2012 12:21 PM
You certainly can, but you will need to rewrite a lot of presentation logic or UI in HTML / CSS. All of the WebWorks app is rendered from a BrowserField control. You cannot display Java UI controls inside of a BrowserField - it needs to be web-based contetn.
06-15-2012 12:32 PM
In that case, How I can make my Java app ready to run in BB10 devices ? I am confused of using native SDK. Does we support existing applications in Blackberry appworld for BB10?
06-15-2012 12:39 PM
The BlackBerry 10 platform will support the following runtimes:
It will not support J2ME, so existing Java apps created for BlackBerry OS 4.x - 7 will need to be ported to one of the above-supported runtimes.