August 17, 2008 at 2:07 pm (Mobile, Mobile Platforms)
Tags: carbide, eclipse me, geliştirme, j2me, jme, mobil, mobility pack, netbeans, pocket pc, ppc, Symbian, uygulama, visual studio, windows mobile
Note: This is the Turkish version of an introductory article about Mobile Application Development.
Not 2: Bu yazıya aynı zamanda buradan da ulaşabilirsiniz.
Son zamanlarda mobil uygulama geliştirmekle uğraşıyorum, ve sizlere de bir giriş yazısı hazırlayayım dedim.
Bu yazıda mobil uygulama geliştirmede hedefleyebileceğiniz çeşitli platformlardan, bunlar için uygulama geliştirilebilecek programlama dillerinden, kullanabileceğiniz IDElerden, ve telefon spesifik SDKlardan bahsedeceğim.
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July 16, 2008 at 2:00 pm (Mobile Platforms)
Tags: .NET, developer, Mobile, Symbian
I have always wanted this to be true and it seems like it is going to be!
I know; some time ago AppForge CrossFire was able to do that, however for some reason, it was discontinued and its intellectual property was sold to Oracle. At the time, I was new into these things and didn’t have the chance to try it out.
However, it seems that I have another chance now! The company redFIVElabs has released a product named Net60 that enables mobile application developers to use the .NET Compact Framework 1.0 to develop applications targeting the broad range of S60-based Nokia smartphones.
You can try out the trial application at here. For .NET developers out there, this is their best bet, since there is no built-in support for using .NET to develop mobile applications that run on Symbian devices.