BlackBerry - How to start a messenger application?


BlackBerry - How to start a messenger application?



I would like to use gtalk or any other messenger in my application but i don't know how to do this.can u please give me idea about how to solve this one.if u can provide me some web link to know more about this.




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Java (J2SE) and Bluetooth
BB KB - How To - Launch a third-party application from another third-party application

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Try this for standard BB Messanger:.
Bluetooth UUID discovery
    int mh = CodeModuleManager.getModuleHandle("net_rim_bb_qm_peer");     if (mh == 0) {         try {             throw new ApplicationManagerException(                     "BB Messanger isn't installed");         } catch (ApplicationManagerException e) {             System.out.println(e.getMessage());         }     }     ApplicationDescriptor ad = CodeModuleManager             .getApplicationDescriptors(mh)[0];     ApplicationDescriptor ad2 = new ApplicationDescriptor(ad, null);     try {         ApplicationManager.getApplicationManager()                 .runApplication(ad2, true);     } catch (ApplicationManagerException e) {         System.out.println(e.getMessage());     } 
You can start any other app by module name, just replace .
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"net_rim_bb_qm_peer" 
UPDATE And if you want examples of blackberry open source messengers, see:

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If you are also interested in developing on Android or iPhone platforms, you can build on top of Kik Messenger using Kik API.

It lets you to piggyback rich media content and files over the Kik's own transport.

The API itself is very simple to use - about 5 lines of code are needed to integrate it into your app.

You may give it a shot here: http://www.kik.com/dev. Disclaimer: I am one of the developers behind Kik API :).



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