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deficitism 07-30-2005 10:48 AM

Hire a blackberry programmer?
 
I have a web app that needs a login interface for BB. Does anyone do these kind of jobs?

arconsulting 07-30-2005 04:25 PM

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deficitism 08-11-2005 10:43 AM

As of right now no one has been responded to my emails. Does anyone else on this forum do this kind of work? Its a simple application... Someone PLEASE get back to me.

AndyCanfield 08-11-2005 07:18 PM

If it's just a basic web app you want displayed in the BB browser then just make a small web form with a submit button. Make sure your form fits well into the BB's screen and you should be fine you shouldn't require a special BB developer to do that any web dev should be able to do it. If it's something more than that then you will need a BB developer. I can't believe you haven't gotten any more responses to this.

pgifford 08-11-2005 07:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AndyCanfield
If it's just a basic web app you want displayed in the BB browser then just make a small web form with a submit button. Make sure your form fits well into the BB's screen and you should be fine you shouldn't require a special BB developer to do that any web dev should be able to do it. If it's something more than that then you will need a BB developer. I can't believe you haven't gotten any more responses to this.

As you pointed out, it's not a BB programming job but a web design job. He's better off posting to an html newsgroup.

Paul

deficitism 08-12-2005 10:02 AM

Thanks for the quick response. But no, its not a web app I am looking to have developed. I have a web app already, but I need someone to develop a blackberry application GUI that utilizes my web app, so that a user does not have to launch the browser and go to a URL. Basically I need an application that requires the user to enter their login variables and it pulls data from my server via my web scripts. This is a product I would like to market, so I want an application that actually goes on the blackberry desktop. Thanks.

BlackBerry Fairy 08-12-2005 03:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by deficitism
Thanks for the quick response. But no, its not a web app I am looking to have developed. I have a web app already, but I need someone to develop a blackberry application GUI that utilizes my web app, so that a user does not have to launch the browser and go to a URL. Basically I need an application that requires the user to enter their login variables and it pulls data from my server via my web scripts. This is a product I would like to market, so I want an application that actually goes on the blackberry desktop. Thanks.

Hi deficitism, do you need to keep the data persistant on the BB?
Will you need to synchronize your data from the BB to the server?
How many fields will the BB gui require?
Does it need to operate withn a secure connection?
Does the data that is pulled from the Web app server need to be formatted in a tabular format?
Will calculations be required?

Just some questions. I have a Web applications background and the BB caught my interest and am currently learning the ropes. The BB manual has some good examples and so does the SUN Web site for J2ME. Check it out and it might give you some ideas on how to go about this. What would help is if you had an SRS.

Good luck! :)


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