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jQuery Mobile BlackBerry 10 Theme - Beta

Content is subject to change

BlackBerry has been committed to providing the best Web support possible for its BlackBerry platform. Part of that story is to support popular tools and frameworks that Web developers are already familiar with. Our strategy has included experimental efforts such as bbUI.js where we have honed the details of bringing the BlackBerry 10 design language to the Web, a partnership with Sencha to make sure the Sencha Touch gets first-class BlackBerry 10 support, and direct contributions and support to jQuery Mobile which today is at the forefront of open source Mobile Web development. This project is the official BlackBerry 10 Theme for jQuery Mobile, which will help developers build Web apps that sport the full BlackBerry 10 look and feel using the framework.

Live Demo best view on a BlackBerry 10 or in Chrome using the Ripple Emulator

Check out the getting started guide.

Looking for Official Icons to take your BlackBerry 10 app to the next level? Get them here.


Quick Start

<!DOCTYPE html>
	<title>My Page</title>
	<link rel="stylesheet" href="BlackBerry-JQM-all.min.css" />
	<script src="BlackBerry-JQM-all.min.js"></script>

<div data-role="page">

	<div data-role="header">
		<h1>My Title</h1>
	</div><!-- /header -->

	<div data-role="content">
		<p>Hello world</p>
	</div><!-- /content -->

</div><!-- /page -->


All of the files you need to get started are in dist/ folder

You will notice that this example does not include jQuery or jQuery mobile, this is because all of the files need are combined into BlackBerry-JQM-all.min.css and BlackBerry-JQM-all.min.js, this is done to reduce download overhead on the device and improve overall performance. If you prefer to include each file seperatly please check out the getting started documentation.

Building the kitchenSink sample

  1. Clone or download this repo
  2. Zip the entire contents of the kitchenSink folder
  3. Using BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK, package the zip file created in step 2
  4. Deploy to BlackBerry 10 device (signing required) or simulator


Information on how to modify and build this theme can be found here.


  • Jason Scott
  • Jonathan Séguin


jQuery Mobile BlackBerry 10 Theme







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