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BlackBerry Developer Meet-up September (Built For BlackBerry Revitilized)

  • Saturday, 14th September 2013 at 3:30pm - 8:30pm
    Location: ihub Bishop Magua Building George Padmore Lane Nairobi, Nairobi KE

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    • 12 people attended

Built For BlackBerry and Certification

  • Saturday, 3rd August 2013 (all day)
    Location: Ihub 4th Floor Bishop Magua Centre

    Now that everyone is looking forward to build application which qualifies for built for BB We…

    • 45 people attended


  • Saturday, 4th May 2013 at 10am - 5:30pm
    Location: IHub Nairobi

    It was amazing to get great ideas hit the floor as we get new developers started as well as…

    • 22 people attended

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Updated Samples: BlackBerry UEM 12.6 Web Services

BlackBerry Web Services for BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) allows administrators and developers to securely perform automated tasks via C#/Java/PowerShell/REST calls, instead of interacting directly with the UEM administration console. These calls allow you to streamline the organization and management of your UEM domain and the users/devices within it.

With the recent release of BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management 12.6 (which was formerly known as BES), the capabilities of the BlackBerry UEM Web Services offering has been expanded to include additional functions and improved usability for developers leveraging RESTful calls. BlackBerry UEM Web Services are a collection of REST APIs that you can use to create applications to manage your organization’s environment. You can use the BlackBerry UEM Web Services to automate many of the tasks that administrators typically perform using the management console. For example, you can create an application that automates the process of adding user accounts to the domain.

If you’re new to BlackBerry UEM Web Services or interested in leveraging its functionality, complete product documentation and development guides can be found at: https://help.blackberry.com/en/blackberry-web-services-for-blackberry-uem/12.6/

Additionally, the API Reference can be found at: https://developer.blackberry.com/files/bws/reference/bes12/

The updated sample applications demonstrating how to use BlackBerry UEM Web Services are available within the BlackBerry GitHub repository at github.com/blackberry/BWS-Samples.


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Your workforce wants to be mobile – and with good reason

Research conducted in 2016 by Forbes Insights (Link to PDF) shows that when employees have access to enterprise mobile apps, great things happen.  Productivity increases with employees completing tasks from any location.  Collaboration with customers improves, boosting sales and loyalty.  And profitability improves as employees are more productive and customers stay loyal.

So, why doesn’t every organization have the mobile app advantage?  The research found that security and compliance, legacy systems and lack of resources where the key impediments to mobilizing workforces.

The BlackBerry Application Platform helps you address all three challenges.  BlackBerry understands enterprise needs so as a developer you’ll be building your solutions with hardened enterprise grade components many of which have NIAP certifications.  We understand that building the right mobility solution is important but so is building it quickly.  Our platform can do the heavy lifting while you focus on delivering business value.

Learn more on how to get the app advantage by registering for the Enterprise Apps Newsletter or, or discover through our marketplace secure feature-rich solutions with our full catalogue of enterprise apps that are ready to go.

5 days ago
LIVE Enterprise Developer Webcast: Secure Multimedia Playback for Android Apps with BlackBerry Dynamics

Join us! for the this LIVE BlackBerry Enterprise Developer Webcast to learn how to keep all of your media content data secure while it’s at Rest and in Use.

Learn how you can play audio and video files stored in the BlackBerry Dynamics secure file system without the need of copying to a temporary, intermediate unsecure location.

In this Webcast we will demonstrate and walk through the code you can replicate for two different examples in which this can be done:

1:  Uses a custom MediaDataSource for playback using the Android MediaPlayer.

2:  Uses the popular open source ExoPlayer media player with a custom ExoPlayer DataSource.

WHEN: April 27, 2017 at 11:00 AM ET

Register for this Webcast HERE.


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