The team over at Universal Mind have built a great looking Fantasy Football application for the BlackBerry PlayBook. To build this app they used the Adobe AIR SDK and according to their blog post, they were quite pleased with the development process:
The app we developed was a Fantasy Football application—the goal was for it to be both fun and easy to use. It was entirely built using Adobe Flash Builder and the BlackBerry SDK. 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.
Since their SDK utilizes Adobe AIR, you can create tablet applications without the need to learn a new development languages. Taking existing AIR applications and deploying them to a tablet device couldn’t be easier.
With the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK you can now take those engaging applications and deploy thing seamlessly onto a BlackBerry Playbook with minimal code changes. Integrating those applications into the powerful BlackBerry network of information and integration.
RIM releasing the Adobe AIR SDK ahead of the PlayBook’s launch was probably the best thing they could have done. We’ve only seen a few apps in action on the PlayBook but I’m sure many other developers are working hard on theirs, especially since they can get a free one out of it. Check out the video below for a preview of Fantasy Football app.
Hopefully more developers will share their PlayBook apps and experience in developing with the Adobe AIR SDK.
via Universal Mind
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