BlackBerry MDS Studio 2.0 Beta & Plug-in for Visual Studio v1.1

There are two releases that may interest the BlackBerry smartphone user, the two releases are in beta at the moment and they are BlackBerry MDS Studio 2.0 Beta and the BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio v1.1 Beta.

According to the source below they report that these were released around about two weeks ago, but for those that do not know click the links below.

BlackBerry MDS Studio 2.0 Beta
– An Eclipse plug-in: The BlackBerry MDS Studio 2.0 is now delivered as a standard plug-in to Eclipseâ„¢ and offers official support for Eclipse 3.3.2.x
o Download Eclipse 3.3.2.x
– New collaborative development features
– Enhanced script editing:
o Support for script libraries (multiple script functions in a single file)
o Hyperlinking
o Full-outline with functions and fields
o Code-assist
o BlackBerry® Mobile Data System type support
– Fully integrated JavaScript® debugging, including:
o Breakpoints
o Watch windows
o Evaluation window
o Locals window
o Call stack
– GPS enhancements: Applications can notify you via JavaScript when your location changes

Download the BlackBerry MDS Studio 2.0 Beta

BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft® Visual Studio v1.1 Beta
– Compatibility with Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2008
– Integrated source control support: Check in and out of Microsoft Visual Source Safe 2005
– Fully integrated JavaScript® debugging
o Breakpoints
o Watch windows
o Evaluation window
o Locals window
o Call stack
– DataGridView control: A table-like control, allowing frozen rows, horizontal scrolling, grid view, alternate styles and more
– GPS enhancements: JavaScript notifications will be sent when the location changes
– Enhanced integration with other BlackBerry applications with the application invoke API:
o Invoke native BlackBerry® applications from BlackBerry® MDS Runtime applications
o Invoke BlackBerry MDS Runtime applications from native BlackBerry applications
o Invoke BlackBerry MDS Runtime applications from other BlackBerry MDS Runtime applications
o Invoke custom BlackBerry applications from BlackBerry MDS Runtime applications
o Invoke BlackBerry MDS Runtime applications from custom BlackBerry applications
– NET developers creating web applications with ASP.NET mobile controls will be able to target the BlackBerry® Browser much more easily
– Use BlackBerry Browser when debugging applications
– Standalone publishing tool: Applications can be published outside the Microsoft Visual Studio environment
Downloads
Download the BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 v1.1 Beta
Download the BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 v1.1 Beta

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