The Push Service includes sample Push Initiators and push-enabled applications that you can use to learn how to develop your own server-side and client-side applications.
The Push Service SDK includes low-level and high-level sample Push Initiators. You can run the samples to better understand how the Push Service SDK works, and to quickly access some of the features of the SDK with little or no development effort. For more information, see Sample Push Initiators.
We include sample push-enabled applications in the following SDKs as separate downloads, along with documentation that explains how to configure and register the applications.
|Platform||SDK||Sample push-enabled application|
|BlackBerry 7and earlier||BlackBerry Java SDK||Push Demo|
|BlackBerry WebWorks SDK||See the API Reference.|
|BlackBerry 10||BlackBerry 10 SDK for Adobe AIR||Push Receiver|
|BlackBerry 10 Native SDK||Push Collector|
|BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK||Push Capture|
If your Android application uses Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM) or Google Cloud Messaging (GCM), you can repackage your app for BlackBerry 10 devices and use the push technology of the BlackBerry Application Platform. For more information, see Creating Push-Enabled Android Apps.