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Funambol (formerly known as Sync4j) is open source mobile application server software that provides synchronization and push notifications of address book, calendar, task, notes, pictures and email in the cloud. It also offers application provisioning and device management for wireless devices and ... [More]
AMF is a suite of instruments that allows you to access WURFL from any programming language, not just Java and php that is traditionally used for dynamic mobile web sites. The module detects the mobile device and passes the WURFL capabilities on to the other web application as environment ... [More]
LogicMail is an E-Mail client supporting IMAP and POP, and designed to run on RIM BlackBerry handheld devices. Its goal is to provide an alternative to the service-oriented "push" E-Mail system that the device normally provides, so we can also use our conventional E-Mail services.
BlackBerry WebWorks is a platform for building deeply integrated web applications for BlackBerry smartphones
Update: 7/20/2009 - I am finally making updates to this project. If anyone has made updates please submit them to me. Thanks. Online suite used to manage customers and invoices. Demo Site: http://demo.billpdf.com/
A task management application for your BlackBerry which utilizes Remember the Milk. And join the Google Group by following the link on the right or here: http://groups.google.com/group/rtm-on-the-blackberry?hl=en To install via OTA or by desktop, go to http://bbrtm.org Below is a screen shot ... [More]
J4ME is an open source library to help build J2ME applications. It solves many of J2ME's shortcomings including: UI that is professional looking and intuitive Logging, critical for debugging platform-specific problems GPS through the device and external Bluetooth pucks ... [More]
Based on the "MenuItem" example from the blackberry JDE, this simple app adds a menu item to the email viewer, taking the subject and body of the current email and populating the "Create Calendar Entry" dialog. Home Page: http://soundslikeobiwan.com/~roger/OntoCalendar