The BlackBerry 10 platform has been widely acknowledged as “slick, easy to use and distinctly different to any of its rivals”. With standout handset features such as the keyboard predictive word feature, the BlackBerry hub, swipe to unlock, BlackBerry Balance (to split work/personal identities) and sharing of photos, songs and links via NFC, it’s no surprise that BB10 has been well received by developers, consumers and business’ alike.
Alex Bowker, Business Development Manager, will kick off by talking about the opportunities open to Developers on the new BlackBerry 10 OS. Luca Sale, BlackBerry Developer Evangelist, will take over and take a more in depth look at the platform and how Developers can build beautiful and engaging applications that will have the users calling for more! He will cover topics like Native Development, Web development and UI guidelines. The panel will discuss their experiences on BlackBerry 10 and show real examples of how it’s worked for them.
Matt Graham, Consultant at Apadmi will be providing a developer’s perspective of creating the Skyscanner native application for BB10. The focus will be on the most useful features of the BB10 cascades platform that were encountered
Upon launch, BB10 boasted 70,000 apps available to download; join us on 15th April to find out how, and why, you should be developing for BB10.
When & Where
Mobile Monday Manchester
Mobile Monday is the global grassroots community that promotes and fosters cooperation & networking among mobile professionals/companies by providing opportunities for personal and virtual contacts in over 100 cities on five continents.