WebWorks Webcast Series

So, as I just posted not only is the Free PlayBook offer extended, you can also use the Web Works SDK now to qualify for the free PlayBook!  RIM is following this up with a series of webcasts covering the WebWorks.  Hit the jump for more information.

BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Tablet OS features

With the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Tablet OS, you can:

  • Support web technology standards such as HTML5, CSS and JavaScript™. The BlackBerry platform implementation of the WebKit rendering engine is the core of the BlackBerry WebWorks platform
  • Extend web applications to use the BlackBerry WebWorks APIs, which provide access to device hardware and capabilities and data such as native dialogs, invoking other applications and system information
  • Transform a W3C widget archive file (i.e. zip) containing web assets (like images, etc.) into a BlackBerry WebWorks application package
  • Use your favorite development tools or tooling in combination with the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK to develop, test and deploy applications

BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for Tablet OS documentation

  • Getting Started Guide: set up your development environment and see a Hello World sample app
    • Read the Getting Started Guide for Windows
    • Read the Getting Started Guide for Mac

Webcast series

Register for the webcast series. The webcast series will include four webcasts on developing using the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for BlackBerry tablets:

  • Feb. 1, 2011: Getting Started
  • Feb. 3, 2011: My First App
  • Feb. 8, 2011: BlackBerry PlayBook Integration
  • Feb. 10, 2011: User Interface Guidelines and Best Practices

Source: BlackBerry Developer’s Site