Antti Mattila, Software Developer at Futurice, provides a guide to using the Remote Device Access service as part of your Series 40 Java apps development process.
Mattila shows you how to locate the service and book a phone. He then demonstrates a number of apps running side-by-side on a Asha Touch phone and in RDA, to show how RDA provides a useful environment for testing games and apps on phone models you don’t own.
For more information on or to use RDA, please visit www.developer.nokia.com/RDA
Playing whacking game with Accelerometer Sensor by Noel.Anonas
This article explains how to write a simple and fun game using the Sensor API and Gesture API.
The article demonstrates the Gesture API and Sensor API using the context of a simple game called Whack-A-Bunny, that runs on Series 40 Full Touch devices. To play the game the users shakes the phone vertically (up/down). After shaking the phone a bunny will appear from a random hole – tap the bunny before it disappears to get points. The main game screens are shown below.
This article has been awarded a grand prize under the Asha Touch Competition 2012Q3.