BlackBerry Application Development :: Introduction

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rim-blackberry-bold-smartphoneHello All.
hope everything is going good ….. this is 2nd day of eid and I’m building my system after switching back to Windows XP from Windows Vista Home Premium … thanks Allah my notebook is now running smoothly … right now I’m running FF with 5,6 tabs open, pc suite for nokia and MS office application and my system is at 409MB memory usage,in vista when i start my system it jump over 900 and takes 3,4 min to start properly …. don’t know it was kind of virus of something else but vista really sucked my system… .. i feel sorry to my notebook for running vista more then a year … I’m really sorry;

Anyhow, come back .. In this section, i will describe about BlackBerry application development. You will learn each and everything to start developing your BlackBerry applications. I’ll focus on basics so that anyone who is REALLY NEW to blackberry can get the idea to start by his/her own, so sorry for experienced once 🙂 yes you can help me to improve my work by your kind suggestions.

it was just an introductory note .. in later post i will cover everything step by step. you will enjoy your development ….

Note: This post is a part of serieis of my tutorials on blackberry application development; So far we have discussed the followings.

Have a good time.

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9 thoughts on “BlackBerry Application Development :: Introduction

    Mostafa Kamel said:
    September 24, 2009 at 10:50

    hi Ans., is there any apportunity to make windows mobile programs?
    thanks in advance.
    happy eid to you.

    Ans responded:
    September 25, 2009 at 04:39

    yes you can. you need to install Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 along with Windows Mobile SDK. moreover you must have ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center in order to deploy applications to a Windows Mobile device or to an emulator. i will upload a short tutorialal for you for windows mobile application in a day or two to summarize whole procedure in concise way.

    Ali Adnan said:
    October 11, 2009 at 07:11

    AoA Aasim its good. Is there any way to develop iphone applications on windows.? i found a way to install OSX86 on Intel based machines but looking for an easier way. Don’t ask me to do using VMWare…hope all’s well on your side..

    Ans responded:
    October 11, 2009 at 07:24

    wa salam.
    thanks for your comment.
    yes you can develop iPhone application on .Net
    for more detail, kindly refer to my post

    https://aasims.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/monotouch-building-iphone-apps-using-c-and-net/

    Bioscom said:
    November 4, 2010 at 12:48

    Please, is there a tutorial on how to use Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 to develop web application on black berry? Or if there is an existing web application that you want to extend to work on black berry, how can this be done using Visual Studio and C# programming language.

    Thank you.

      Ans responded:
      November 4, 2010 at 13:20

      it might be useful
      http://us.blackberry.com/developers/browserdev/eclipseplugin.jsp

      it stated
      “Download the BlackBerry Web Plug-in tool based on your development environment. There’s a BlackBerry Web Plug-in for Eclipse 3.6 and for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. Before downloading either tool, download the Sun JDK 1.6 or higher. The BlackBerry Web Plug-in is supported on Windows XP (32-bit) and Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit).”

      kindly tell me if it helps you else i will dig something else for you.
      Regards

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