Sencha Touch on BlackBerry 10 Bootcamp

A session at ModUX 2013

Wednesday 18th September, 2013

1:00pm to 5:00pm (AMT)

Got a great app idea, or a Sencha Touch app you want to port to the latest BlackBerry platform? Join us for this technical, highly interactive half-day boot camp led by top BlackBerry developer evangelists.

BlackBerry 10 is a great platform for HTML5 and Sencha Touch apps, and getting your app ported gets you access to a rapidly growing BlackBerry 10 market. Join some of BlackBerry’s top experts for this pre-conference developer bootcamp, where we will provide a technical introduction to the BlackBerry 10 development process and cover how to use Sencha Touch to create a BlackBerry 10 app.

You will receive a BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device for testing and if you get your app running by the end of the day, you will get to keep the device for further testing.

Registration is free on site, and space is limited so make sure you come on time.

Course Pre-requisites:
Basic to intermediate understanding of JavaScript and JSON
Basic understanding of HTML and CSS
Bring your own laptop with Google Chrome installed
Course Objectives:
Write a BlackBerry 10 application using Sencha Touch
Test the application on a simulator
Deploy the application to a BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha
Learn how to publish the app on BlackBerry World
Course Outline
Intro & Overview
Tools setup (register for code signing keys)
Build a ‘Hello World’ Sencha Touch app (review samples on Github)
Packaging, deploying and testing your app on a simulator
Code signing your app
Deploy to BlackBerry Dev Alpha B
Publishing in BlackBerry World

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Research In Motion

The Developer Relations team at RIM is focused on providing solutions for all stages of the BlackBerry development life cycle. bio from Twitter

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ModUX 2013

Netherlands Netherlands, Amsterdam

18th20th September 2013

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