Write code directly from your BlackBerry PlayBook with Compilr

By Adam Zeis on 9 Feb 2012 12:59 pm EST

Compilr BlackBerry PlayBook

Hey devs!! Looking for a quick and easy way to write code on the fly? Compilr may be just what you're looking for. This free tool for the BlackBerry PlayBook lets you write code on the go right from your tablet. Essentially a "Google Docs for for developers", Compilr is web based, so all of your goods are available when and where you need them - on your tablet from home, on the train or wherever inspiration strikes. Compilr is a free download and available for the PlayBook (as well as Android and iOS devices). Check out the link below for more information.

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Write code directly from your BlackBerry PlayBook with Compilr


I can't imagine writing code using the touch screen. It would take 10x longer. would be good idea with the BT keyboard though.

Sniff sniff.....you smell that? Smells like a fresh OS....OS2 is coming and its gonna be Ooooooo Sooooooo SWEET!!!!

tried it last week, threw errors right after opening. Couldn't get it work work after a reload and even tried reboot.

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PlayBook OS 2.0 Launching February 21st Officially Confirmed
Published on 02-16-2012 12:45 PM

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We have been waiting to hear an official date for OS 2.0 a really long time from BlackBerry or a RIM employee. Ever since the first whispers of a date were published, it's all been speculation. Today though we got some official RIM confirmation. At the Developing Native Games with the BlackBerry NDK 2.0 Webcast today, Angel Aldana, RIM Manager (Latin America Alliances), confirmed the official date of PlayBook's OS 2.0 launch to be... Tuesday, February 21st! Barring any setbacks, we will have a shiny new OS on our PlayBooks in about 5 days! This is awesome.