RIM today has introduced BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Beta for developers. Beta OS for developer includes Runtime BlackBerry for Android applications and BlackBerry Plug-In for Android Development Tools (ADT), which made the developer possible to bring Android application for tablet BlackBerry Playbook fast and easier.
BlackBerry Plug-In for ADT (Eclipse plug-in) extend the scope of Eclipse Plug-In Android which previously existed to support PlayBook and include BlackBerry PlayBook simulator for developer to test and do debug on their applications before they send applications to BlackBerry App World. Developer can also test and do debug on their application to PlayBook which run BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Beta.
Android developer can also package Android application for BlackBerry PlayBook for online by using BlackBerry Packager for Android application. Development guidance through online web is done through step-by-step process, which made them possible to test their application for compatibility test with BlackBerry PlayBook, they also easily can do repackage and sign their application to be given to BlackBerry App World, all can be done without downloading any tool.
BlackBerry Runtime for Android application and related tool made Android application developer possible to develop their market easily to improve their market share by supporting BlackBerry PlayBook.
BlackBerry Playbook OS 2.0 Beta also supports Adobe Air 3.0 and Adobe Flash 11, also WebGL, the latest web technology which bring improvement to 3D graphic acceleration to browser without installing additional software. Developer would produce their interactive 3D graphic inside their WebWorks BlackBerry application.
You can register your BlackBerry PlayBook and get access for PlayBook OS 2.0 Beta through this link
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