My name is Apekshith Ramesha and I'm a seniormajoring in computer Engineering at Georgia Tech. I'm no expert when it comes to application development, nor did I have any prior experience developing apps. That being said, I've always had an interest in development and technology, and RIM in particular has always been very attractive to me as they cared about their consumers and developers.Add a comment
It may seem like we haven't been posting many tutorials lately, which is partially true. So what have we been doing you ask... We've (Brian and Jeremy) created a new app called 'Native Coding Help' which is available on BlackBerry World for purchase: www.appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/21797900/ as helpful guide to creating BB10 Cascades apps!
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OSBBx Introduces App Centre for the BlackBerry PlayBook!
One of the challenges facing users on the BlackBerry PlayBook, is the difficulty in finding open source applications and ensuring you have the latest version. OSBBx would like to present App Centre, a team application put together to allow users to download the latest version of open source and free applications directly to the BlackBerry PlayBook or PC.Add a comment
With NASA's recent success with landing the Curiosity rover (Mars Science Laboratory) on the surface of Mars, many individuals have become more interested in NASA, and by extension space. Space TV, the app, was created to provide users with a simple and responsive interface in which to display the NASA TV live video stream.Add a comment
PillPad is a BlackBerry application for the Playbook, inspired by and created initially for our 1year old son. He was diagnosed with a rare disease, “ghost disease”, Cystic Fibrosis (CF) before birth and the journey has piled us with tons of medications to remember. **Find out more at cff.org**
Due to the amount of medications that he and others with CF have to endure, my fiancé and I thought it would be nice to have a program on our Playbooks to help keep us straight with dosages and frequencies. Also to have something on hand in case we were out of town with our son and he needed immediate medical attention. With everything that goes on with maintenance and caring for our son, it is so easy to forget something, and his medications are keys for survival.Add a comment
Over the last while more and more emulators have been making their way to the PlayBook. If we were to ask anyone what was still missing, I think you would be hard pressed not to hear Nintendo 64 (N64). As my first post to OSBB I’m happy to announce the release of a public beta ofMupen64Plus-PB. While there are a few issues left, many games work perfectly and it would be a shame to hold onto it any longer.Add a comment
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Crochet Buddy HD, commercially available in App World for BlackBerry® PlayBook™, is a simple, but extremely useful application for individuals who crochet and for those interested in learning to crochet.
For beginners, Crochet Buddy HD features multiple reference tables for the need to know information. Crochet Buddy HD also features a how-to section complete with instructions and video tutorials covering the most common crochet stitches!
In this editorial posting I'd like to share my experiences/recommendations in BB10 Cascades app developing after completing the "HelloWorld" example. I want to share this because I originally wanted to get into mobile app developing years ago but always got stuck after HelloWorld and didn't really know where to go next. I eventually figured it out and part of me making a blog was to prevent others from struggling early on like I did. I hope this helps anyone who ends up in a similar situation not give up.Add a comment