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The JDE version of your app must be less than or equal to the OS version on the blackberry in blzckberry for your app to run on that phone. Sign up using Email and Password. As Johnathan mentioned, compatibility is going to be based on the JDE component-pack version, not the blackberry plugin version itself. Jonathan 1, 11 It depends which component pack you're working on.
If you have particular handsets you would like to target, find out what Blackberry OS version they are running and pick a JDE that is that version or lower. Perhaps I'm asking a stupid question, but I need to be sure. But, in my experience, apps compiled with a non-touchscreen JDE i.
BlackBerry JDE API Reference: Overview
Is there a chart of existing Blackberry platform vs. Depending on your app and target blackberty, you may need to have multiple builds to support different OS versions. I would write out your requirements and look through the API and the sample applications that come with the JDE to see if you can do what you want.
Previous BlackBerry JDE Versions
It's for commercial purposes, and we need to be able to tell our clients what the supported devices are. Here is a link to another question on stackoverflow which points to answers as far as what models run on what OS which does, btw, occasionally vary by carrier: You can add IFDEF handling to include any special handling you want to override in touch-screen mode though for the most part there are very few places we had to change the handling to allow a shared code-base to build two separate versions of the application.
BlackBerry JDE supported devices?
If you need more information than what I'm giving, please ask. To delve more into which JDE and component pack you want to use: Theoretically, any application developed for BlackBerry should be forward compatible so I'm developing an app for 4. Post as a guest Name. To maximize the balance between compatibility with older blackberry handsets and feature availability, at my office we set our goal as to target the 4.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The only feature that I've noticed in OS 5 that I would really like is the ConnectionFactory class which greatly simplifies network connections.