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BlackBerry Java Application Development by Bill Foust

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Time for action - running an application in the simulator

  1. The best way to start the simulator and run the application is to click on the Run button on the toolbar. This button looks like the standard Play button that is commonly used in many IDEs. Of course, you can also use the Run menu item, which is found under the Run menu. Finally, like all good IDEs, there is a hotkey as well. In this case, pressing Ctrl + F11 will start the simulator to running.
    Time for action - running an application in the simulator

    At this point the BlackBerry simulator is starting up. This should be pretty quick and when it is done you should see a window with the picture of a BlackBerry Curve in it. You can change the device ...

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