Welcome BlackBerry BBX, the next generation mobile platform for BlackBerry Smartphones and Tablets. Blending together the best of BlackBerry and QNX platform, the new operating system was unveiled by RIM in San Francisco, CA.
As stated by President and Co-CEO at RIM, Mike Lazaridis, with daily downloads of more than 5 million BlackBerry apps, BlackBerry sure is one of the most lucrative platforms for developers at DevCon, where they are using their full potential to erect superior applications. Converging QNX and BlackBerry platforms, they have successfully developed the next generation BBX platform for their smartphone and tablet apps, helping to connect devices and people.
BBX is designed from the very basic and offers the best features of both QNX and QNX. It enables great real-time mobile experiences that set apart BlackBerry products and services.
The BBX platform will consist of BBX-OS, and will carry BlackBerry cloud services. It will offer development settings for both native developers and HTML5. The platform will also sustain all the applications built up using any of the paraphernalia existing currently for the BlackBerry PlayBook such as Adobe AIR/Flash, WebWorks/HTML5, Native SDK and BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps.
BBX will also contain the latest BlackBerry Cascades UI Framework for highly developed graphics. Its “Super App” potential will help many powerful facilities like always-on Push services, the BBM™ Social Platform, deep integration between apps and much more.
The BlackBerry WebWorks APIs are sustained the Ripple Emulator is accessible in beta and you can downloaded it from the related site.
The Native SDK allows developers to construct multi-threaded, high-performance native C/C++ applications and produce advanced 2D and 3D games and other apps, The result is content rich, swift and smooth running applications. Native SDK applications will run on the BlackBerry PlayBook and will be congruent with on BBX-based tablets and smartphones.