In this article I will show you how to convert images that are taken from camera or from library to PDF file.
There are the following things that you may have to know:
1) Since in most cases PDF is being used to print the document you should set paper size for your doc. It may be Letter or A4 for example
2) PDF documents are using DPI value. If you are creating multipage PDF file you are not allowed to change DPI for each single page. That’s why you will have to resize you initial images before saving them as PDF
3) You are allowed to have some pages landscape oriented and another ones portrait oriented at the same time. It may be useful if pictures have different orientation.
A few weeks ago the first version of Image Resizer for BlackBerry 10 released.
Image Resizer for blackberry 10
Sometimes we need to have an ability to resize pictures or photo to upload them to internet services or send via email, but there is no built-in feature to do that. So I decided to develop a small utility to do that and submitted to BlackBerry World.
It was released on 18th October, and on Friday, October 25, I got a BBM message from my friend with link to Crackberry. I was suprised! Crackberry added Image Resizer to their weekly app roundup. It’s amazing, because I have posted no word at blogs and forums about this application.
So download the app and enjoy. It is absolutely FREE!
Download Image Resizer for BlackBerry 10
And sorry for such huge delay. The blog is not dead yet, and I have something to share with you. Hope to have publish new article or articles within a few weeks,
Today I’m gonna show you how to get tags from a mp3 file. It should be useful when you are developing media player or allow users to import their mp3 files for some purposes. Continue reading
Sometimes you need to show selected item in ListView. This can be done pretty easy. Just add the following 2 lines in onTriggered signal within ListView in QML
//some logic here
Some time ago I was working on a SHOUTcast player for BlackBerry 10 platform. And today I would like to share my experience with you.
I bet you have played Run in Crowd on your Playbook or BB10 device. Guys who developed the game would like to share their experience so published their Scoreloop wrapper on GitHub. It calls upSL.
upSL is cross platform wrapper so you can use it for Playbook, BB10, Android, iOS or win32 platforms when developing game using cocos2d-x game engine.
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Hello everyone. Sorry for the such huge delay. I am having a lot of work to do so don’t have enough time to post information regularly. Several days I had some free time and I decided to go to BlackBerry support forum and help somebody. Question “invoke in QML Appworld” caught my attention. Actually I just started working with Cascades and had no idea how to invoke App World from QML. After 15 minutes of reading a documentation and samples I found the way how to do that. So I would like to share the code here.
If you are developing a game with some number of levels you probably would like to have a level selector screen. Here is my solution how to do that. My solution contains magic numbers and some not really good thing, but taking a look at it you can understand the basic idea and customize the code as you wish.
When I was working on my last game I needed to disable multitouch, because with multitouch it was very easy to complete levels. I guess my solution is very ugly, but it works well. So we need to declare boolean variable. Let’s call it isTouchEnabled. Than set it to true in constructor for example.