We forgot to make a point of this in the previous article on signing keys. Now that code signing keys are available for the BlackBerry PlayBook we are getting one step closer to the PlayBook’s launch. When the PlayBook SDK first came out and RIM opened the door for App World submissions they did not require the application code to be signed. My guess is that will now change since these keys and processes are now available.
The documentation for how to code sign a PlayBook app is a bit better than RIM’s other PlayBook documentation. You can check out the steps on how to sign PlayBook apps on a PC, Mac, or Linux machines at this link.