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Learn BlackBerry 10 App Development

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Learn BlackBerry 10 App Development
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Publisher: Apress
ISBN/ASIN: 1430261579
ISBN-13: 9781430261575
Number of pages: 343

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The book gives you a solid foundation for creating BlackBerry 10 apps efficiently. Along the way, you will learn how to use QML and JavaScript for designing your app’s UI, and C++/Qt for the application logic. No prior knowledge of C++ is assumed and the book covers the fundamental aspects of the language for writing BlackBerry 10 apps.

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