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05-01-2011 02:09 PM
Hi Tim, I just wanted to clarify that you're referring to WebWorks on the smartphone? I was surprised to find websockets support in the Playbook browser, and before I try using it in a playbook webworks app, will it work there?
I ran my browser test on http://jimbergman.net/websocket-web-browser-test/
05-01-2011 11:29 PM
I have project blackberry smartphone app, it must use socket or websoket technology any trick or solutions ??
I need solution