Update to PlayBook SDK provides Flash Builder Burrito Plugin
If you get the latest PlayBook SDK download and run the installer you can now install the PlayBook plugin into Flash Builder Burrito. Here are some quick steps/tips to see if its up and running.
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At the point in the install process where it asks for the Flash Builder 4 installation folder, just point it to Flash Builder Burrito Preview folder. See image:
Now the next thing to notice in Flash Builder Burrito is you can start a new Mobile Project and select the “BlackBerry Tablet OS” as a targeted platform.
This is pretty straightforward for new projects but what about existing Flash Builder Burrito projects you might have created while building AIR for Android applications. Well do not fear you can setup it up to target the new platform. Click on your existing project and go to Properties -> Flash Build Packaging -> BlackBerry Tablet. Then check the appropriate checkboxes to enabled the new platform. See image below:
An then in the Run or Debug launch configuration you just select the platform you want. If you select BlackBerry Tablet OS in the Target platform drop down the On device: area has a few more options. Here is what it looks like:
That’s how to get up and running on all the new mobile workflow’s for Flash Builder Burrito and the BlackBerry Tablet OS.
NOTE: This basically makes my old PlayBook for Flash Builder Burrito Launch Configurations useless.
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