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From Drew Walters <>
Subject Re: Playbook cordova-js testing
Date Wed, 21 Mar 2012 20:34:43 GMT
Also, not sure if its helpful, but I did notice that the battery API
implementation was missing for Playbook and the wrong service name was
being used for Capture so I mocked up those changes:

Of course, have not been able to test them.

On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 3:26 PM, Drew Walters <> wrote:
> Thanks guys.  Much appreciated, now I can stop banging my head against
> the desk for a little while. All my updates to cordova-js are in
> master.  For native side, my changes are in this branch in my fork:
> Only thing relevant for playbook in that branch is the changes to the
> build script.  So, no real need to clone my branch to test playbook if
> you just build cordova.playbook.js from cordova-js.
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 2:44 PM, Filip Maj <> wrote:
>> Beat me to it Gord ;P
>> On 3/21/12 12:43 PM, "Filip Maj" <> wrote:
>>>That is awesome, nice work Drew!
>>>I've got a PB and so does Tim, between the two of us we should be able to
>>>run through everything. That being said there are still missing APIs for
>>>Playbook in its current implementation as far as I know: File being the
>>>big one.
>>>Mayhaps someone from RIM can help out as well? /hint hint nudge nudge
>>>On 3/21/12 12:39 PM, "Drew Walters" <> wrote:
>>>>I've completed my testing of cordova-js with the BlackBerry platform
>>>>(smartphone only) and am happy enough with its state that I'd like to
>>>>switch the repo over to using cordova-js.  Problem is, the
>>>>blackberry-webworks repo also contains the Playbook code.  The
>>>>Playbook simulators (v1.0 and v2.0) have been giving me fits for the
>>>>past day which makes it frustrating/impossible to debug.  I do not
>>>>have an actual Playbook device to test with.  Is there someone else
>>>>that can grab the latest cordova-js for Playbook and test it

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