WebWorks 2.0 Release Notes
Release: BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 188.8.131.52
BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 2.0 is built on Apache Cordova, an open-source development framework that lets you create applications using web technologies. By aligning with Apache Cordova, BlackBerry WebWorks apps are now easier to output to multiple platforms. The development process has also been simplified thanks to the new BlackBerry WebWorks GUI tool.
The alignment with Apache Cordova has changed the way APIs are added to your app. You will need to add plugins, which represent an API or set of APIs, to add features to your app. BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 2.0 contains Cordova plugins for standard mobile features and custom BlackBerry WebWorks plugins for BlackBerry-specific functionality.
The function, pim.contacts.find() returns a maximum of 20 results unless the limit is explicitly set to -1.
You cannot change your application name after the first install.
The pause and resume events trigger twice when called.
Windows 64-bit version of Java is not supported.
The plugin, org.apache.cordova.vibration cannot be added by ID. Use webworks plugin add https://github.com/apache/cordova-plugin-vibration instead.
You can not delete a project in the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK GUI if the project folder has already been deleted on disk. It will continue to show up in the GUI under the Projects heading.
You can not open a project in the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK GUI that was created from the command line.
Unicode characters are not supported in config.xml.
If you do not specify a PIN for your device when adding the target, the packager will not deploy to your device.
Last modified: 2013-11-27