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A10 – Writing Your First Application This tutorial will show you how to write a basic application for BlackBerry devices. The application will display the simple “Hello World” message on the screen. To be able to do so it is required to have the following installed on your system: • Sun JDK • Eclipse SDK, • BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse and • BlackBerry JDE Component Packs 4.3 – 4.7 If you need help setting up please look at A1 – Setting up Tools tutorial. If you are ready, launch the Eclipse, and go to your Workbench (Figure 1). Figure 1 Page | 4 Introduction In this tutorial I will show you the following: • How to setup and configure new BlackBerry project, • How to create classes, • Some details about UiApplication and MainScreen, • How to write a Hello World application and • How to run your application in simulator. Please note that you can always find more information about the APIs we are using in BlackBerry API reference document, which is the part of any JDE Component Pack (Figure 2). You can find it on your computer under Start / Programs / Research in Motion / BlackBerry JDE 4.x. Page | 5 Development Setting up New BlackBerry Project To setup your new BlackBerry project: 1. Click on File/New/Project menu. 2. Select BlackBerry project (Figure 3).
Any commercial unit can be converted to Retail Display Mode, just follow these steps: Set Up I nsert a Micro SIM into the device by removing the back door. If no sim is available, the device will prompt you to connect to a Wi-Fi® network during demo setup. Did you know? You can change the language of the display mode by changing the language of your device. Just select ‘Language and Input’ in the Settings menu and change your device language as desired. 1. rom the Home F Screen, with your finger or thumb, Swipe Down from the top bezel of the device to access the Settings Menu. 2. Select Display 6. urning Demo T Mode On 7. f a Sim Card was NOT I inserted you will be prompted to set up a Wi-Fi connection. Select Enable Wi-Fi to connect to your network. 3. Select Advanced Toggle Retail Display Mode to ON 4. hen prompted, W enter the password “instoredemo” 5. ext, you’ll need N to create your own unique password. Select something easy to remember be sure to write it down. 9. Updating Demo Content 10. Exiting Display Mode you want to update If demo just Swipe Down from the top bezel and select update. you want to exit If display mode (not recommended), just Swipe Down from the top bezel and select Close App. Congratulations You’re device is now in Retail Display Mode. Please familiarize yourself with the demos. Support Should you need assistance, please visit: www.BlackBerry.com/supportplan Accept the device permissions by hitting OK.
Conventions used in this manual The following conventions are used in this manual: Menu path: Example: Tap Start > All Programs > Games > Solitaire. This means tap the Start menu button, then the All Programs button, then select Games from the menu that is displayed, and Solitaire from the Games menu. Keyboard: Example: Hold down the ++ keys simultaneously. This means press these keyboard keys, all at the same time. Symbols are used to represent important things you need to know: Warning about cost. Doing this action could cost you money! Severe warning! Be extra careful! You could seriously damage the machine. Note, hint or tip. Information that will help you. Department of Education and Training Program objectives The Notebook for Teachers Program is an integral component of the Education to Community (e2c) initiative, supporting learning technologies in the K-12 government education community in WA. It is designed to support schools and teachers in achieving their mutual professional goals. The portability of notebook computers allows for a wide range of educational opportunities and strategies to be explored, with the ultimate aim of improving outcomes for students. Participation in the program is voluntary and should only be undertaken after careful consideration of how the introduction of this technology can be integrated into the individual school's plan. The objectives of this training are to: § § § Provide an introduction to the notebook, the operating system, and the applications. Help you to become familiar with basic operations of the notebook. Assist you with setting up the notebook for internet access from home and your school.
The term 'phishing' derives from the idea of fishing -- fishing for information. It refers to a type of internet fraud that attempts to collect sensitive financial information. Typically, a fraudulent email is used for this. The fraud disguises as a trustworthy entity to trick people into revealing information such as user name and password, address and phone number, PAN card number, date of birth, ATM/Credit card number, card validation code, etc. They lure the unsuspecting into financial ruin. According to the Anti-Phishing Working Group, an international consortium, there were at least 115,565 unique phishing attacks worldwide during the second-half of 2013. These attacks were carried out by using 82,163 unique domain names, which were registered maliciously. Top five top-level domains used for the purpose were .COM, .TK, .PW, .INFO, .NET, and .CF. The targets mostly included large and small banks in Latin America, India, and the Arab world. It appears that almost any enterprise wi
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This Technical Note on Crisis Management and Bank Resolution Framework on Canada was prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund as background documentation for the periodic consultation with the member country. It is based on the information available at the time it was completed in February 2014. The policy of publication of staff reports and other documents by the IMF allows for the deletion of market-sensitive information. Copies of this report are available to the public from International Monetary Fund Publication Services 700 19th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20431 Telephone: (202) 623-7430 Telefax: (202) 623-7201 E-mail: email@example.com Internet: http://www.imf.org Price: $18.00 a copy International Monetary Fund Washington, D.C. © 2014 International Monetary Fund This Technical Note was prepared by IMF staff in the context of the Financial Sector Assessment Program in Canada. It contains technical analysis and detailed information underpinning the FSAP’s findings and recommendations.
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Omron Health Management Software allows you to view, process and print data about blood pressure and walking steps measured by Omron’s blood pressure monitor and step counter. Note: This software is exclusive to Omron's blood pressure monitors and step counters. Safety precautions Warning • This is a CD-ROM disc. Do not play this disc on general audio players, DVD players or personal game devices. It may damage speakers of such devices and your eardrums. Operating environment requirements Notes: • Then, this screen appears when your PC must be restarted. Select the checkbox [Let setup restart the system now], and click [Finish]. Your PC will restart. After restart, start the CD-ROM. (Refer to Step 1 for how to start the CD-ROM.) The following operating environments are required to run this software. Supported OS: PC: Memory capacity: Hard disc space: Display: Others: Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Edition 600 MHz or higher, Pentium compatible CPU, PC/AT compatible machine 128MB or more 32MB or more Super VGA (800 x 600 pixel) or higher resolution video adapter and monitor A CD-ROM or DVD drive USB connector (USB Revision 1.1 compliant) A printer that can handle A4 documents (1440 x 720 dpi). Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 5.0 or higher Trademark and Registered trademark