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How to invoke all sorts of cards, apps, and viewers with the Invocation Framework on BlackBerry 10
How to easily incorporate gestures (swipe, drag, multi-touch, etc.) into an application for BlackBerry 10 using the Hammer.js library.
A look at the APIs that will enable you to leverage BlackBerry Messenger integration within BlackBerry 10 applications.
How to invoke a list of Share Targets (aka. display a "Share Card") for BlackBerry 10. You pick a title for the card, which type of file to share, and the invocation framework handles the rest!
How to integrate a few popular mapping services (Google, Bing, Leaflet, Openlayers) into a BlackBerry 10 app.
Use the various sensors on the device and capture the data points for display to the user, with the help of the Flotr2 graphing library.
This sample shows you how to use the Push Service APIs to create an app that receives push messages. The benefits to your users of using push technology are huge. Just imagine displaying notifications in your app the minute an interesting event happens in the real world. That's a pretty powerful thing!
Learn how to avoid some development pitfalls when creating an HTML5 application using WebWorks.
Check out the WebGL samples for PlayBook 2.0 which are packaged as HTML5 apps using BlackBerry WebWorks. One included sample is Tunnel Tilt which is a fully functioning WebGL game complete with lighting effects and sound.
Learn how to use the HTML5 Canvas element, through code snippets, within the SketchPad application.
Learn how to set up your development environment to avoid having to recompile your app after making a code change.