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BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK Beta for Adobe® AIR

By Rich Tretola | October 25, 2010
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Research In Motion (RIM) is extremely excited about the opportunities available with the new BlackBerry® Tablet OS and its corresponding application platform. Building on the incredible power of the QNX operating system that’s uniquely suited for tablet computing, the BlackBerry Tablet OS will lay the foundation for the future while preserving the key investments that have made the BlackBerry platform so successful.

You can now download the Blackberry Tablet OS SDK Beta for Adobe AIR as the emulator listed below.

Download the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK Beta for Adobe® AIR: SDK for Windows®, SDK for Mac

Download the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ Simulator Beta: simulator for Windows, simulator for Mac

Topics: Adobe AIR, Announcements, blackberry, flash builder | 7 Comments »

7 Responses to “BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK Beta for Adobe® AIR”

  1. Adobe Flex Tutorial Says:
    October 25th, 2010 at 7:04 pm

    Hi Rich,
    i saw u tweeted about an Exception using the BlackBerry OS:
    com.adobe.flexide.launching.AbstractFdbLaunchDelegate.getLaunchHandler()Lcom/adobe/flexide/launching/IFdbLaunchHandler;
    I get the exact same one. I opened an issue in the BB issue tracker but have you been able to find a way around this one ?

    Thanks,
    Fabien

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    Rich Tretola Reply:

    No, I haven’t been able to get it to work. It is also annoying that you have to rename the install path to Adobe Flash Builder 4 or the installer won’t even work (Mac version).

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  2. Adobe Flex Tutorial Says:
    October 26th, 2010 at 4:42 am

    Hey,
    well actually, using Flash Builder 4.0.1 patch makes it work a lot better.

    Fabien

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  3. Dejan Says:
    October 26th, 2010 at 5:02 am

    FYI :
    RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis — who was up on stage with Adobe’s Kevin Lynch for the demo — announced that devs who get PlayBook apps approved into App World will get a free PlayBook. Not a bad incentivizer, if we do say so ourselves.

    I only wish I could start the app in the simulator.
    From engadget (http://bit.ly/bNwEHi)

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  4. Jozef Chutka Says:
    November 3rd, 2010 at 3:08 pm

    Hey Rich,
    does BlackBerry use StageWebView or HTMLLoader?

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  5. luchyx Says:
    November 6th, 2010 at 5:30 pm

    I’m stopped by the same issue too.
    I’m ussing burrito.

    “com.adobe.flexide.launching.AbstractFdbLaunchDelegate.getLaunchHandler()Lcom/adobe/flexide/launching/IFdbLaunchHandler”.
    Also installers doesn’t work on Windows7 I have to unzip all by hand.

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    luchyx Reply:

    Well. I solve this issue upgrading the build to “Flash Builder 4.1″.
    That’s work for me

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