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RIM Now Accepting BlackBerry 10 Apps

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Top message:  Too Late ? by Tofuchong   Oct 10, 2012, 1:34 PM

Replying to:  Re: Too Late ? by T Bone   Oct 10, 2012, 4:50 PM

Re: Too Late ?

by mycool    Oct 11, 2012, 1:09 AM

T Bone said:
Hopefully, RIM has made the process of conversion of apps really easy so that most of the apps will be ready by release date....


Converting your app to work to another device can be easy or difficult depending on what your application was written in. For example, I could adapt most of my C# code to work with iOS and Android (mostly) if I take advantage of the MonoTouch software.

RIM Supports the following:
* Native C/C++ Code
* WebWorks HTML5/CSS
* Adobe Air
* Java Android Runtime (yep)

So, it depends on what your application was previously written in. Believe it or not, if you wrote an Android App it is quite easy to make a few minor changes to get it work on Blackberry 10! Also, there was a developer working on getting actual iOS applications to work on Blackberry 10 as well.

I haven't looked at Blackberry 10 yet. I really hope it garners MonoTouch support so C# code becomes available for Blackberry 10.

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