- CrackBerry Abuser
12-13-2012, 08:12 PM #4
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Good effort with the mocks.
I like the concept and think it will be possible with the invocation framework. A BB10 app will be able to call on the function/s of another app either specified or not. So the native camera could be hard coded to use the Instagram filters after a shot has been taken. Similarly the app could be coded in a way that allows the user to specify their app of choice (probably the closest fit to your suggestion), or it could be coded in a way to use the best/most suitable resources available at the time.
The invocation framework and 'cards' are one of the aspects that I'm most looking forward to in BB10. I think it could be the area where we experience the real power/potential of 'flow'.
N.B. Apparently there will be filters and editing tools baked into the native camera app
- 12-13-2012, 10:18 PM #5
Great idea! Wouldn't that require a native Instagram app??? hmmm. . .here's hopping we get one. . .VOTE UP THE Z10!!!!!
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- CrackBerry Abuser
12-13-2012, 10:42 PM #6
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Brainstorm BB10: Deep Integration with the "Camera"
I like this idea. I would push it even more. How about having App to App Deep Integration. I know they kind of do this right now with Facebook and Foursquare but just more linked in with different apps. So for example, Instagram linking with Tumblr, Evernote working with Wunderlist, just apps that are similar which can build and work off of one another. I know this sounds like a push but getting BBM to integrate with Skype so you don't actually need a Skype app but BBM account would be able to connect to Skype accounts. Same goes with games like Draw Something and Words with Friends. (This might not be Feasible bit at least something in the works to unify App to App)
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- 12-14-2012, 06:35 PM #8
Oh, s***, I just created a thread after looking at n4bbs article saying how much it looked like Instagram and how maybe it's deep baked in Haha. My bad.In BBRY we trust
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- CrackBerry Abuser
12-14-2012, 08:07 PM #13
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Lol, I love your mockups. and yes i am laughing cause they are cute. But i love the idea, i think its very smart. It gave me the idea for a trend of all core applications to have the same sort of deep integration. Same idea imagine the calendar where you can use plugins to for example to automatically copy a calendar event into your "daily life journal" app and continue editing it.
Although, one thing they are encouraging is developers to do this using the invoke method. If they are not already doing it, they should also INVOKE apps themselves. Allowing for exactly what you wrote above. Of all the Brainstorming if read, i think this is one of the best. I'm sending this thread to my buddies at RIM and the dev relations team.
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- 12-15-2012, 06:04 PM #19
I love how people want every fad "deeply integrated" into their os's. All we really need is a solid device with a solid os. The rest will follow.
OP, here's some info on windows 8 camera app.
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Yep, the idea is that it would work with any photo/video editing/posting application. ex: facebook camera, twitter filters, instagram, picstory, 'obscure-application-you-don't-know'..etc.
I think the more features we get, right out the box the better. BB10 needs anything it can do, to diffrient it self from the competition and patterns like this help.
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