BlackBerry 10 OS programmer's guide
The BlackBerry 10 OS programmer's guide is intended for developers who are building applications that run under the BlackBerry 10 OS.
If you're using the Integrated Development Environment, see Build, test, and deploy your app. For a different perspective on programming in BlackBerry 10 OS, see Get programming with the BlackBerry 10 OS.
This table may help you find what you need in the programmer's guide:
|When you want to:||Go to:|
|Get started with a Hello, world! program||Compiling and debugging|
|Get an overview of the BlackBerry 10 OS process model and scheduling methods||Programming overview|
|Create and terminate processes||Processes|
|Manipulate the access control lists for files and directories||Working with access control lists (ACLs)|
|Understand the inaccuracies in times||Tick, tock: understanding the microkernel's concept of time|
|Analyze and detect problems related to dynamic memory management||Heap analysis: making memory errors a thing of the past|
|Understand our Makefile methodology||Conventions for recursive Makefiles and directories|
|Find out how BlackBerry 10 OS conforms to and extends POSIX||POSIX conformance|
|Learn how to use the GDB debugger||Using GDB|
Last modified: 2015-03-31