As has proven the success of the first bada petition, demanding the possibility for free ad-sponsored applications instead of paid versions, bada developers now take bada’s future into their own hands. The request is simple: To finally allow VoIP applications on bada and lift the arbitrary restriction that only benefits the carriers and leaves behind […]
When I designed my database class for my current application project, I had to ask myself how to actually be able to access this class from anywhere in my application, from every form, class and whatnot. Of course I could just create an instance of my database class on the spot, just where I […]
Thanks to wit’s very helpful introduction into working with XML: Working with Working with XML in Bada (part 1) – Simple XPath Parsing I could quickly enter the quite more sophisticated data processing, but the tutorial reached its bounds when I encountered an XML file with namespaces, which alot xml feeds contain. Thanks to an […]
With joint forces I and other developers from badadev.com, the major bada developer community, brought a petition into being concerning the very limited possibilities for developers to create, specifically debug and test their applications in field conditions on bada handsets, the so called “target-debug”.
In my current bada application project I encountered the task to find out what day of the week a specific date (DateTime object with Day, Month and Year parameters). Thanks to the hardworking developer huydung and other community members over at badadev.com I could write a fine working function you can simply add to your […]
Recently it got unpleasantly silent around the Samsung Wave and the development of bada OS. The greater is the awesomeness over the statement of Brian Resnik, admin on the Swype Community Board giving hopes to Swype on the bada OS: Due to the overwhelming demand, we are looking into the possibility of porting Swype to […]