Archived:FNA CodeCamp WRT - March 25th 2008
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We had (okay at least I did) a wonderful time coding, talking, and demoing widgets running on S60 WRT environment. Developers new to WRT had learned about the S60 3.2 SDK and had made simple changes to example widgets. Developers who were familiar with WRT had shown off their applications!
If you have an idea you want to work on and if you want to work with others, enter/edit it in the ideas section below. You can also comment or ask questions about the event in the "comment" section. We will response the questions there.
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Information (Read-only for participants):
When: March 25th 2008
Where: Nokia Office, 313 Fairchild Drive, Mountain View, California 94043
What to bring: Laptop with S60 3rd FP2 SDK installed, and your ideas.
- Please download and install the following tools prior to the code camp:
S60 3rd FP2 SDK, emulator for testing (Mandatory) link ActivePerl is required in order to install and run S60 3rd FP2 SDK. link
- Check out the Nokia Developer resources for WRT:
Web Run-Time API Reference link Getting Stated package link Nokia Developer Wiki Web-Runtime resources link Demonstration Movie link Nokia Developer Widgets page link Nokia WRT Tools beta link Codecamp WRT overview presentation (pdf) link Codecamp WRT technical details presentation (pdf) link
Agenda Technology in the Spotlight - Web Runtime
Intro. -Ideas, Work in group, level of coding.
Throughout the day, you can have the open floor for demo or presentation.
Tools: If you have not installed the tools, take the CD and copy to your laptop.
Throughout the day, we will have short presentations of Widget API
Competition/Prizes: We will give out prizes at the end of the day!
- Best Widget will get phones: N95 US
- Enter your ideas in the following section.
Ideas/Teams (Read/Write for participants):
(I hope I got the developer names right. If not, anyone at the event please correct me.)
Philippe Furlan's "My Location" widget
Sean Voss's "Srabble Test"
Kevin Leong demoing his web application: