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Mobile & Wireless

RIM updates BlackBerry 10 developer programmes

Thursday 29 November 2012 | 10:00 CET | News
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced updates to its developer ecosystem programmes ahead of the launch of the BlackBerry 10 operating system on 30 January 2013. The phonemaker has expanded the BlackBerry Dev Alpha programme to include a BlackBerry Dev Alpha C test device for developers who want to test apps on devices with a physical keyboard. Developers are invited to sign up for more information on how to qualify for the upcoming test device. RIM will also swap BlackBerry Dev Alpha test devices for a limited edition BlackBerry 10 smartphone after launch for developers who apply before 21 January 2013 and have their app approved on BlackBerry World. Furthermore, the BlackBerry 10 SDKs have been updated to add support for installing the BlackBerry 10 IDE on Mac OS X, an update to the Visual Studio Plug-In beta, forward compatibility for BlackBerry WebWorks HTML5 apps, sensor and orientation APIs for BlackBerry WebWorks, and more.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Research In Motion
Countries: World
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