You might be surprised at how easy it is to use. In the past, you had to manually create a folder with a config. This is now done automatically by the create command. Simply provide it a path along with an id and name for your app. See here for more information on the project structure.
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Videos Creating your first app This tutorial will guide you through creating a simple "Hello World" app, and help you verify that you successfully installed and configured the tools. You will learn to: View your app on a simulator View your app on a device Before you start, make sure you have the necessary tools installed. For more information, see Setting up your system.
Enter Hello World in the Project Name field. Click Create. The default app project includes all the necessary artifacts to function as a complete app. Select Debug Mode. Select Simulator. The tool packages your app into a. The SDK web tool also places an unsigned copy of the.
Select Device. Enter your device password. Enter your keystore password, which you defined when you registered your BlackBerry ID token. If you have not yet registered your BlackBerry ID token, see Set up your computer for testing and signing.
When the tool finishes the build process, it attempts to install the app on the connected BlackBerry device. Once the app successfully installs on your device and before the app starts for the first time, a dialog box appears. Click OK on this dialog box to permit the app to access various resources on your device. A dialog box also appears when the app is opened to inform you that Web Inspector is enabled.
Before the tool installs the app, it checks to see if a debug token is already installed on the device. The debug token is a signed app that allows you to install and run unsigned apps on a BlackBerry 10 device so you can debug your apps.
If there is no valid debug token installed, the tool creates and installs one for you using the keystore password you supplied when you set up your app for debugging and signing. After the build process is finished, the SDK web tool also places an unsigned copy of the. Last modified:
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