The WebWorks SDK can be found at http://us.blackberry.com/developers/tablet/webworks.jsp. The Air SDK from http://www.adobe.com/products/air/sdk/ is just a zip file that you can place anywhere convenient. Version 2.5 is needed; as we speak they are testing 2.6.
The Playbook simulator is set up in just the same way as my last entry, loading the iso file into VMWare or similar virtual space.
Once the software is set up, we just have to write some html files to create the app: index.html will be the page, config.xml is the configuration file, icon.png the screen icon. Last webinar said icon size 82 pixels square but check the docs. Just zip these files and name as HelloWorld.zip
I had a few errors with my Windows install, so redownloaded WebWorks SDK – v220.127.116.11 Beta2. I got an “Already installed” error, so uninstalled but had a problem with recursive directories. I had the same problem on the Mac at home, but that seemed to be able to delete them; not so the PC. I shall ignore them and re-install elsewhere.
Put Air install into C:/Air just unzipping the files (v2.5); Playbook install to C:/BlackberryWW and told it where Air was (v0.9.3). Downloaded the sketchPad application to C:/BB/SketchPad
Use a command line window, move to C:/BlackberryWW/bbwp/blackberry-tablet-sdk/bin directory and then use the command,
blackberry-deploy -installApp -password computing -device 192.168.75.129 -package c:/BB/SketchPad/bin/SketchPad.bar
which gave some output – sending install request, file size 50557, id, version, result:success and the app appeared under the Internet menu after a refresh. It worked fine.
With the wrong password, it just gives “Authentication failed due to system error” . With the wrong IP address it gives “Cannot connect: Connection to…. refused. You may have to reboot the target”. I also had a few problems setting developer mode in the emulator, but maybe that was just finger trouble with passwords. The hammer symbol appeared in the end and showed the IP address.
Cool to see it working in the emulator. Hope that’s some help.