BlackBerry PlayBook developers have been presented a lot of tools to help get their applications into the hands of users come launch time for the PlayBook to launch. Recently, the DragonRAD team has opened up their cross platform development tools to assist with that process as well. DragonRAD is aiming to bring a better, faster way of developing applications that will help you get your development work completed in a more timely manner then that of existing tools already offered. The DragonRAD team is dedicated to making their platform one of the easiest out there to use and are pretty excited about being able to offer it up to BlackBerry PlayBook developers:
“We believe the Playbook will be a game changer in many industries,” said Julian White, CEO of Seregon. “Our decision to support the PlayBook demonstrates our level of commitment to the BlackBerry platform. With the upcoming launch of the DragonRAD beta program, developers will be able to quickly and easily build native applications for the PlayBook, in addition to other popular mobile platforms.”
If you're currently working on a BlackBerry PlayBook application for entry or if you're planning to do so in the near future, you should give DragonRAD a look. Time and ease of use is always a factor when working with developmental tools and DragonRAD knows this. As such, they've made a great environment help foster those needs.
Click here to learn more and sign up for the DragonRAD beta
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