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    Fantasy Football app for BlackBerry Playbook

    Fantasy Football app for BlackBerry Playbook

    A Fantasy Football app is out for Blackberry’s new Playbook.

    It was entirely built using Adobe Flash Builder and the BlackBerry SDK.

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    From the devleopers:  “The workflow allowed us to deploy a working tablet application in days with full touch and gesture interactions that you would expect in a tablet device.The framework SDK is integrated into Flash Builder which made for a very familiar dev environment. Compiling the application and deploying it to the PlayBook Simulator is quick and easy with multiple ways to see your application in a working environment. Without an actual device in hand we relied on the Simulator to test all the interactions, so it was a key piece of the workflow.”

    Kinetic scrolling with rubber-banding effect is built into the SDK, they note, which makes it easy on developers to concentrate on adding greater functionality and features, as opposed to focusing on little transitional/design elements like they have to in the past with RIM’s previous OS development. All in all, it looks good.

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