All the BlackBerry 10 developer SDKs will receive a major update in July, two new webcasts happening July 19th

BlackBerry 10 SDK
By Bla1ze on 16 Jul 2012 10:51 am EDT
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Looks as though RIM is planning some updates for BlackBerry developers out there. As noted in an email sent out earlier, all the BlackBerry 10 developer SDKs will receive a major update in July in addition to RIM hosting two new webcasts for the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK and the BlackBerry Native SDK including Cascades. The two webcasts will be held on July 19th, details below:

  • HTML 5 - Learn about all the new enhancements in the updated BlackBerry WebWorks SDK during our upcoming interactive webcast. Date: Thursday July 19, 2012 Time: 11:00 am EST 
  • BLACKBERRY NATIVE - Learn more about all the enhancements in the updated BlackBerry Native SDK including Cascades in this interactive webcast. Date: Thursday July 19, 2012 Time: 2:00 pm EST

If you're a developer looking to take part in the webcasts, you can register for them using the links below.

Register for the HTML5 Webcast
Register for the BlackBerry Native SDK Webcast

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All the BlackBerry 10 developer SDKs will receive a major update in July, two new webcasts happening July 19th

18 Comments

Well, if you didn't believe it before, this should have all but confirmed an update to the Dev Alpha coming this week!

I wonder what this means for the the PlayBook beta 2.1? Will we see something here too this week?

Either an official 2.1 launch or Beta update the same day as SDKs are updated...Is what I think/hope will happen

Sadly, that's actually a real typo and not an email client error like the previous version was and I'm not whipping out Photoshop to fix RIM's mistakes, lol.

=) . . . Sad is a good word for it Bla1ze; I know we all make mistakes but I would think they'd be more careful with corporate communication like this.

Well anyway . . back to our original programming . . . =)

Well, that is good news. One less thing for the trolls to bitch about. I wonder what the Wall Street Journal has to say today now that their article say that RIMM couldn't get cascades to work with the new BB enviroment has been debunked.

As were the spelling errors, except those that cannot be deleted as they're in the source file.. (See: Community)

Looks silly leaving comments there highlighting spelling errors caused by my email client when the image itself that had the errors was adjusted accordingly.

CONSPIRACY, CONSPIRACY!! DON'T LET THE MAN SILENCE YOU! HE'S HIDING THE TRUTH ABOUT THE TYPOS!! :P