RIM Now Accepting PlayBook Tablet Apps — InformationWeek


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RIM has been courting developers aggressively when it comes to the PlayBook. If RIM’s take on a tablet is to succeed — especially in the enterprise — then RIM needs for it to have plenty of applications available at launch.

Today, RIM announced that it opened the BlackBerry App World vendor portal, and is now accepting applications from developers for the PlayBook. In addition to the app store opening, RIM has also updated the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR. RIM says the update supports Flash Builder 4.5 and associated plug-ins and tools. RIM says the new drag-and-drop capabilities of Flash Builder 4.5 will make it easier for developers to build PayBook apps.

via RIM Now Accepting PlayBook Tablet Apps — InformationWeek.

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