Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion will be present at the Adobe MAX 2010 conference, which is set to take place in Los Angeles, California, starting today, until October 27th.
The smartphone designer is set to offer a series of details on the process of developing applications for the newly announced BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC, among others.
“Following up on the BlackBerry PlayBook
announcement at BlackBerry DEVCON 2010, key members of the Developer Relations team will be on-hand to lead sessions about developing applications for the BlackBerry PlayBook,” a recent post
on Inside BlackBerry reads.
Among the sessions dedicated to the building of applications for the operating system on the new PlayBook, we can count the Developing Adobe AIR apps for the BlackBerry Tablet OS session, with Julian Dolce, QNX, as speaker.
“Join Julian as he takes you through the process for creating Adobe AIR applications for the BlackBerry Tablet OS
. This session is designed to give you all the information you need to know to start creating AIR applications for the platform,” the said blog post continues.
Another session dedicated to the new Tablet OS
is How to monetize your apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook, where Mike Kirkup, Director of Developer Relations – RIM, will speak.
Attendees would have the opportunity to learn how they can use the BlackBerry App World for the delivery of applications to users, and how they can get money out of it.
“During the sessions you will learn the how to leverage BlackBerry App World as a channel to reach BlackBerry PlayBook
users. For once you have acquired customers for your applications, learn how you can make additional revenue with the BlackBerry Payment SDK,” the blog post reads.
The Power of BlackBerry WebWorks is another session dedicated to the development off applications for the new BlackBerry PlayBook
. Attendees to this session would listen to Prosanta Bhattacherjee, Application Development Consultant – RIM.
Here's what this session is all about: “BlackBerry WebWorks open the doors of BlackBerry Development to web developers enabling them create standalone applications on BlackBerry devices.
Join Prosanta Bhattacharjee in discovering what the BlackBerry WebWorks framework is, what a BlackBerry
WebWorks application is capable of, and how you can leverage the framework to create a deployable web app to distribute to your users.”
Since all these would happen at Adobe Max 2010, a series of other sessions is also planned for the event, dedicated to on-BlackBerry specific Adobe/Flash areas.