Categories: BlackBerry PlayBook

European Flex Mobile Workshop Tour

Since I’ve decided to start my own company I’ve always wanted to emphasize the training part of my job. And what better way to do that than to go on a European tour with a Flex Mobile workshop This workshop is going to be one day of intensive coding to […]

No more hacking PlayBook AIR apps

Published on: July 2, 2011
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Yesterday I received yet another monstrous update for the BlackBerry PlayBook. While on the one hand it is awesome that BlackBerry are investing so much time and effort to make things better, but a 250MB update every 2 weeks or so is a little too much for my taste. So […]

My experience with putting a Flex app on the PlayBook

Published on: May 2, 2011
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As I’ve mentioned in my previous blog post, I’ve finally gotten hold of my free BlackBerry Playbook, so I started playing around with it. First impressions were quite good. Even my wife is interested in this device, which sounds great, but will probably mean I’ll have to kindly ask here […]

My BlackBerry PlayBook has finally arrived

Published on: April 27, 2011
Categories: AIR, BlackBerry PlayBook
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OK, so I’ve been waiting for this device for quite some time now. Especially when seeing all these awesome reviews on the web AND the fact that it runs Flash and AIR. In fact, it runs AIR so beautifully because the AIR runtime is woven into the operating system, which […]

Detecting the network connection type with Flex 4.5

Published on: April 13, 2011
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As you may already be aware of, Flex 4.5 is the next version of Flex that is also optimised for mobile development. That means that you can create compelling Rich Internet Applications with the Flex framework and deploy them on mobile Android devices, as well as the BlackBerry PlayBook (and […]


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