|Create Date||August 13, 2014|
|Last Updated||April 21, 2015|
With BlackBerry WebWorks, you can also connect to your back-end systems using the MDS Connection Service (MDS CS) – more on this later. As you’re building these applications in BlackBerry WebWorks, the easiest way to test (and there are multiple ways) is using a Chrome extension called Ripple.
It allows you to test your web UI and some of the BlackBerry WebWorks-specific APIs right within Chrome. You can also use simulators (available for all three product suites: Java OS, BlackBerry PlayBook, and BlackBerry 10).
And of course, ultimately, you’ll want to test your application on a real device to make sure it functions as you intended.
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