Tag Archives: BlackBerry Developers
2:27 pm on Oct 9, 2012 |
Research In Motion has promised time and again that they are committed to developers and have shown it just as often. RIM is showing their commitment again by becoming a gold sponsor for the 2013 VisionMobile Developer Economics survey. The survey “focuses on the best practices for the tools, services and APIs that developers use to build, market and monetize their apps” and is available now at the link below. Developers who take the survey are eligible to win a Dev Alpha or a PlayBook 4G LTE, among other prizes.
Source : Inside BlackBerry Developer Blog
10:10 pm on Apr 10, 2012 |
RIM is upping the ante for application developers who may want to attend BlackBerry 10 Jam coming up on May 1st in Orlando. They have a new promotion going, similar to the previous Free PlayBook promotion, where developers can win an all-expenses paid trip to the BlackBerry 10 Jam. The rules are pretty simple, just submit your app to BlackBerry App World and wait. The submitter of every 100th app accepted into App World will win the trip.
The prize package is essentially and all-expenses paid trip to the BlackBerry 10 Jam. It includes $500 USD in cash, an airline ticket voucher (up to $1500 for North America, $2500 outside North America), a free pass to BlackBerry 10 Jam, and four nights in the hotel. This promotion will run from now until May 1, 2012 and the full contest rules can be found HERE. Good luck to all the developers out there and get to coding!
Source : Inside BlackBerry Developers Blog
2:50 pm on Sep 14, 2011 |
RIM has just introduced the BlackBerry Advertising Service via their Inside BlackBerry Developer Blog. This new service will allow developers to place advertisements into their applications to gain more revenue from their apps. As an example, you can see the ad for the BlackBerry PlayBook in the app screenshot above.
The BlackBerry Advertising Service SDK is available in Beta form to BlackBerry WebWorks developers. The implementation of this service takes less than 10 additional lines of code and can bring great revenue for developers. If you’re a WebWorks developer that’s interested in this great new service, you can sign up for access to the service and SDK at the link just below.