RIM has let developers know more about the components of BlackBerry 10 but I found something interesting when I started looking at the BlackBerry 10 Jam session catalog. Many of the sessions assume that certain features, APIs, and developer tools will be released before the session or at least at the same time. For example, there is a session (DEV180) on using “the new Push Data Services for BlackBerry 10… and will examine the new SDK” which we all assumed were coming but I guess they are coming very soon. (Cascades, Qt, Push services, etc)
Here are some of the others I noticed. Let me know if you spot any others:
- DEV117 – BlackBerry 10 Flow and the Invocation Framework – One app can launch another or even be embedded in the other! Think super apps!
- DEV107 – Lab 101: Introduction to Cascades – Obviously Cascades will be released shortly…
- DEV108 – Lab 201: Advanced Cascades
- DEV131 – The Developers Advantage: Real-time Communications (VoIP) on BlackBerry 10 – VOIP!!!
- COM114 – Building Connected Apps with Cascades – Taught by Kyle Fowler of Foursquare Labs
- DEV156 – Everything You Want to Know About Developing Android Apps for the BlackBerry 10 Platform – sneak peek of upcoming features of Android Player
- DEV177 – Building Compelling 3D Apps using Cascades and OpenGL ES – Learn how to construct an application that combines OpenGL with Cascades
- COM113 – THK Live: Developing a Networked Game on BlackBerry 10 – THK Live from Magmic is coming to BlackBerry 10!!!
- DEV165 – BlackBerry 10 Cascades Samples
- DEV175 – Creating Intelligent Applications Using BlackBerry 10
- COM101 – The Ease of Porting a Qt Application to BlackBerry 10 – developer tools for Qt on BlackBerry 10
- DEV107 – Lab 101: Introduction to Cascades – You’ll learn how to build a simple application using the Qt environment with C++ and QML.
- DEV178 – The Importance of Designer-Developer Collaboration: Cascades Tools that Can Help
- DEV157 – Start to Finish: Developing a BlackBerry 10 Application using the BlackBerry 10 NDK – Build a user interface in Cascades
- DEV150 – Developing Adobe AIR applications for BlackBerry 10 – New Adobe Air APIs & improved development process
- DEV152 – Enyo on BlackBerry 10 – Enyo also gets coverage
Another thing of interest is that RIM has a few sessions that try to help you bring PlayBook apps to BlackBerry 10. They mention developing for multiple screen sizes but not multiple screen resolutions which is nice…: