Working with Nokia Series 40 – Part 3Adobe, Design, Development, Flash Lite, Mobile, series 40, symbian, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 12/01/2007 with Comments Off on Working with Nokia Series 40 – Part 3 comments

3rd part of “Working with Nokia Series 40” series from Scott is available: Creating a screen saver. You can also check previous parts; capabilities overview and creating wallpaper. I’ll show you how to create a Flash Lite screen saver, from its initial design and development to its testing and deployment phases. When all is said …

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Flash mobile device list for developersAdobe, article, Development, Flash Lite, Kuneri, Mobile, Nokia, Photoshop, S60, series 40, software, symbian

by Kuneri on 17/12/2006 with 1 comments

[Here is the quick link for the list] It’s essential for every mobile developer to know their target mobile device profiles. This is the only way to ensure effective and reliable development plan and easier porting. That’s also been an issue for us and we often needed to collect technical information for all target devices …

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MobileQuiz from i2tecnologiacontent, Flash Lite, Mobile, News, symbian

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Felipe from i2tecnologia announced availability of i2 MobileQuiz Beta2. We are proud to announce MobileQuiz Beta2. i2 MobileQuiz is an easy to use tool to improve entertainment and learning contexts. The major feature is the power to adapt the tool, you can use it in different ways. There are many new features in this release: …

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Working with Nokia Series 40Adobe, Development, Flash Lite, Mobile, product, series 40, smartphone, symbian, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 12/12/2006 with Comments Off on Working with Nokia Series 40 comments

Here is a new article from Scott: Working with Nokia Series 40 with Flash Lite content. By the end of Part 1, you will be acquainted more with Flash Lite 1.1 as it coexists on Series 40 handsets. Here I provide a quick overview of Flash Lite for Series 40 devices. This includes capabilities, limitations, …

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Faster Symbian SigningMobile, News, S60, symbian

by Kuneri on 02/11/2006 with Comments Off on Faster Symbian Signing comments

Symbian Signed launches new initialives to make application signing faster. “This is good news for all developers but particularly those who have the ability to see a gap in the market for a particular application and want to ensure their product gets to market before potential competitors,” said Bruce Carney, Head of Developer Marketing, Symbian. …

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Mobile development searchDevelopment, Flash Lite, Mobile, product, symbian

by Kuneri on 30/10/2006 with Comments Off on Mobile development search comments

A nice tool easing search especially for mobile developers. It uses google coop and can categorize results by Flash Lite, J2ME, Symbian, Python, C++, .NET and IDE tools. You can also suggest known mobile development resources to get better results. Simpe and useful idea. Especially liked it due it is focused on mobile development:) via …

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Carbide.ui Theme editionFlash Lite, Mobile, News, Nokia, product, S60, symbian

by Kuneri on 18/10/2006 with Comments Off on Carbide.ui Theme edition comments

Nokia today announced the availability of Carbide.ui Theme Edition, a powerful and easy to use PC-based tool that lets designers and creative professionals build customized user interfaces for mobile devices based on S60, the world’s leading smartphone platform with millions of devices currently in the marketplace. Part about support for Flash Lite editing is interesting.

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Symbian Signed processDiscussions, Mobile, product, S60, symbian

by Kuneri on 12/10/2006 with Comments Off on Symbian Signed process comments

Sampo touches this annoying issue, analyzing the process of signing for 3rd edition from a developer point of view. Although it looks safer to have such a system, signing prevents variation and freedom on mobile devices. Process might be complicated to understand even for experienced developers. It takes long time, is expensive and discouraging. Although …

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