The BlackBerry development environment comes with API documentation in the Javadoc format.Javadocs should be familiar to Java developers; basically,these form a set of HTML files for each class in the API, detailing all the methods and other properties of each class. You’ll find yourself referring to the Javadocs frequently, so it’s good to know where to find them. They’re also a great way to explore the API and get an idea of what’s possible.
The BlackBerry API Javadocs
If you’ve installed the stand-alone JDE, you can find the Javadocs through the Windows Start menu at Research In Motion ➤ BlackBerry JDE 4.2.1 ➤ API JavaDoc Reference (or a similar place for different versions of the JDE).
With the JDE Plug-in for Eclipse, the Javadocs are located on the filesystem under the Eclipse installation directory. For example, the 4.2.1 component pack is located here: eclipsepluginsnet.rim.eide.componentpack4.2.1_22.214.171.124componentsdocsapiin dex.html.You can also see the Javadoc for any class or method in the Eclipse editor by hovering the mouse pointer over the class or method name for a few seconds.
Viewing the Javadoc for MainScreen class in Eclipse by hovering the mouse pointer
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