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Hi,
I am new to blackberry development. I hv developed some client resident apps. On blackberry's knowledge base I read that there are 4 types of Blackberry applications.
1. Client resident apps.
2. MDS based apps.
3. Browser based apps.
4. Browser push based apps.

What I want to know is, generally we use JDE/eclipse to develop client resident apps. But for Browser based apps what is the process of development?
There are APIs related to Browser in the JDE's API list. But do we have to create web pages separately?(I mean in asp/wml/html)
Accessing these pages from your apps makes the browser based app or what? I must be incorrect here as it cant be that simple.
Example of browser based app is Facebook that we hv on blackberry.
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