So by now you’ve probably seen quite a few of videos and pictures of the BB10 update for the Dev Alpha. Personally, I’m very impressed with how everything looks and flows together; and with another couple months before RIM actually releases it, I think BB10 is going to put RIM …Continue Reading
I haven’t had a chance to see what it includes yet, but based on what I’ve heard from Jam it’s probably good! OSBB will have the .bars available for download soon, and will report on the updates. Update: it turns out that the .bars do NOT work on the PlayBook. …Continue Reading
Developers: Good news! The OSBBx bbUI.js Contest is being extended through October! International submissions now welcome!
Just a quick post to let developers know that, due to the response we have gotten, the OSBBx bbUI.js Developer Contest is being extended and will run through the end of October. We have also decided to open the contest up for app submissions from the international developer community! We …Continue Reading
For everyone out there not fortunate enough to have an OS7 device, OSBB is here to help! No, we’re not going to get you a new BlackBerry, but we will help you make your old BlackBerry run a little better with a new hybrid. OSBB 707v5 is made up of …Continue Reading
I intend this blog post to be the first of two, three, or even four posts detailing my personal BlackBerry 10 WebWorks development in Linux; I hope these posts will help other people decide to create BlackBerry 10 WebWorks in Linux, or at least learn a little something interesting. This …Continue Reading
A couple of weeks ago, we announced the OSBBx bbUI.js app development contest. Developers participating in this contest will have the entire month of September to create their best open source application built using the bbUI.js UI framework. Participating developers can win some awesome OSBBx swag, gift cards, and a …Continue Reading