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Registered: ‎04-12-2012
My Device: TabletOS2
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New Developer - How Do I Open WebWorks?

I know this is a sily question, but how do you actually open it. I go to the CMD as told, but I have no idea what to do. My CMD starts off with "C:\Users\Ben A Morgan>", but I have no idea what to put after that. So, I moved the WebWorks file into my user file and tried it... nothing. I can't remove any of the text that's in there either which makes it a pain.

 

How do I go about opening WebWorks so that I can actually use it?

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Registered: ‎04-11-2012
My Device: Bold 9900
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Re: New Developer - How Do I Open WebWorks?

you dont open webworks.. you only use webworks to package your app...... you might want to get ripple if you want a user interface...

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New Member
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Registered: ‎04-12-2012
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Re: New Developer - How Do I Open WebWorks?

ThankYou! So I was on a wild goose chase. Thanks, I'll let you know if I have any more obstacles.

 

Ben A. Morgan

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Re: New Developer - How Do I Open WebWorks?

OK, so I have Ripple and everything, but where do I go to add the code?

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Re: New Developer - How Do I Open WebWorks?

you dont you have to code it using a text editor (such as Notepad ++) save it as html.. put it in a folder (typically easiest way is to put it in drop box public folder and copy the link). Using that link you can paste it into Ripple and test your app. Basically the ripple interface is just a browser with the respective screen sizes. So you technically never have to use it.

 

To publish you app read this: https://bdsc.webapps.blackberry.com/html5/documentation/ww_publishing/signing_your_tablet_app_191966...

 

You will need to have your own signing keys 


Developer for easyDial for BlackBerry Bold & inLink for BlackBerry PlayBook
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