Research In Motion released BlackBerry Web Development Plug-in for Eclipse and BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio version 1.2, a pair of new tools to improve web application development for BlackBerry smartphones.
These tools are part of a complete portfolio of BlackBerry developer tools for web and Java development and a rich set of APIs that enable developers to easily create a wide variety of mobile applications that connect BlackBerry smartphone users to the information they care about. The BlackBerry application platform also incorporates significant advantages, including real-time push technology, unmatched security and highly efficient data compression and network bandwidth utilization, allowing developers to deliver optimized applications on the most powerful, secure and efficient platform in the industry.
BlackBerry Web Development Plug-in for Eclipse is a new plug-in that allows developers to create web applications and content for BlackBerry smartphones within the familiar Eclipse 3.4 environment. Using this plug-in, developers can debug and profile Internet/intranet web pages displaying HTML and CSS content in addition to more complex rich internet applications using AJAX, Silverlight, PHP, ASP, Ruby on Rails, JSP, and Python.
BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio version 1.2, provides an all-in-one tool for developers to create web applications and content for BlackBerry smartphones within the Visual Studio 2008 environment. Using this plug-in, developers can create simple Internet/intranet web pages or more complex, rich Internet applications using AJAX and ASP.Net.
For more information, visit BlackBerry Developer Zone. [source]
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