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RIM Pushes WebWorks SDK 2.1 to BlackBerry Devs

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Jul 7, 2011, 12:51 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Research In Motion today announced the availability of the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 2.1 for BlackBerry Smartphones. The updated tool set provides access to a number of new APIs (application programming interfaces), including controllers for in-app payments, the camera, the microphone, PIN functionality, and files and directories. The new SDK will allow developers to more fully integrate their applications with the native BlackBerry operating system, and pushes the development platforms for BlackBerry OS and PlayBook OS closer together.

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Daniel Dc5

Jul 7, 2011, 1:27 PM

Who cares

BB has the worst Sdk's, they are like children's toys. Its time that they change there game up.
Isn't "changing their game up" what they just did by releasing SDK 2.1?
No, you're confusing things. As a developer the Blackberry SDKs are not the easiest. But, they truly are the best ones to use. They let you truly get deep into the device, hence the name "Super Apps" ... Right now I could write an application t...
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Daniel Dc5 said:
BB has the worst Sdk's. They are like children's toys. It's time that they change their game up.






Many people still like BlackBerry phones. It's all about what works best for you.
 
 
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