You can use the sample apps available in the
BlackBerry Dynamics SDK for Androidto help you plan the development of your apps. The source code samples demonstrate how to apply
BlackBerry Dynamicsfunctionality. The most basic is the skeleton app, which can be used as a starting point for implementing your own projects with
BlackBerry Dynamicsusing Enterprise Simulation Mode.
The samples are located in
<sdk_install_directory>/samples/, or you can download them from the BlackBerry Developers for Enterprise Apps site.
All sample apps have
AndroidGradle configurations. You can load any of the apps in
Android Studio. When you troubleshoot a
BlackBerry Dynamicsapp, you should enable detailed logging from theconsole or build configuration.
It is recommended to make a copy of the source code in another location before making any changes. Reinstalling or upgrading will overwrite or even remove the sample apps in the default location.
Provides an example of how to use
BlackBerry DynamicsSecure Communication APIs to access resources behind the enterprise firewall. These secure communication APIs can be used to exchange data between the mobile app on the device and an application server using the secure
BlackBerry Dynamicsproxy infrastructure.
In 4.0.0 and later, this sample supports HTTP PATCH requests.
Demonstrates how to create an app that can import a user's PKI credentials using the
BlackBerry DynamicsCertificate Credential Import API.
For more information, see Package com.good.gd.pki and Creating user credential profiles for app-based certificates in the
UEM Administration Guide.
AppKinetics Shared Services
Provides an example of how to use application-specific policy APIs. App policies control specific features of a single app, compared to built-in policies that apply to all apps.
This app also demonstrates how to support Night Mode.
Provides an example of how to interact with the
BlackBerry DynamicsLibrary and use the Remote Settings API. Displays which
BlackBerry Dynamicsevents are happening. This can be helpful when using
BlackBerry Dynamicsfor the first time.
Demonstrates how to write a client and server that use the
BlackBerry DynamicsInter Container Communications (ICC) API. The ICC system exchanges data securely between two
BlackBerry Dynamicsapplications running on the same mobile device so that data is not compromised during the exchange.
The Greetings server app demonstrates how to support Night Mode.
Demonstrates how to use the
BlackBerry DynamicsPush infrastructure, including how to control the connection, create channels, and send messages in a loopback manner to the client. The Push Channel framework is a
BlackBerry Dynamicsfeature used to receive real-time notifications from an application server.
Compares the use of secured
BlackBerry DynamicsUI text controls (GDTextView, GDEditText, GDAutoCompleteTextView, GDSearchView, GDWebView) and the corresponding default UI text controls. Text data is encrypted or decrypted before copy or paste operations are performed.
For more information, see Data Leakage Prevention.
Demonstrates how to use the secure SQL database, showing how to add, edit, delete, and list contacts. All data stored in the secure SQL database is encrypted on the device by the
Provides a basic skeleton application that you can use as a starting point for application development.
Wearable framework secure store
Demonstrates how to use the
BlackBerry Dynamics SDKto create, manage, and access files stored in an app’s secure container. Both the file names and file contents are encrypted, stored on the device, and can only be accessed when the
BlackBerry Dynamicsapp is unlocked.
The secure store app consists of three sub-projects, and is best loaded into
Importing this sample app into
Android Studiocauses an error message that can be ignored. The application builds correctly despite the error.