1. GauravB82's Avatar
    Okay so when I was recently introduced to Blackberry, I came across the term 'headless' being thrown around. And people using the word on forums with the assumption we all knew what it meant. I've come to realise it means that the application runs in the background, not necessarily as a tile in the multitasking space. However a recent thread I read makes me think it doesn't mean that - apparently it means it runs in the multitasking tile space but doesn't have a live update feature when you zoom back out to the home screen (say for example, like the calendar would update its actual date when zoomed out). So can someone confirm for us noobs what headless is? No dirty jokes please.
    07-06-15 12:43 AM
  2. tollfeeder's Avatar
    It's really just the non-visible part of the app that stays in the background. More details here https://developer.blackberry.com/nat...headless_apps/
    07-06-15 06:13 AM

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