Archived:Publishing your own WidSet widgets
How to publish
Once you have made changes to the example widget, it is time to upload it to your set and test it on your phone. Create a ZIP-package of all the required files in your widget folder (make sure not to include any folders or unnecessary files) and upload the ZIP-file to your set either through the Studio section or by using the Archived:WidSets SDK. If you are missing any files or have syntax errors in the XML or the WidSets Scripting Language file, the server gives you an error message. If everything goes well, the widget appears in your set. To get your own widget to your mobile, set up the required options and call for a Synchronization.
You can publish the widget to the library by using the Options page of the widget. Please take time to properly fill out the forms on the publishing page, as those describe the widget to the actual users.
There are also Publishing options that define whether the widget is editable by others or not. If you want to restrict others from duplicating your widgets, or changing them in the WidSets Studio, simply enable the “Protect widget configuration” option on the publishing page. You can still replace a protected widget later on if you wish to update it.
As you get more familiar with widget development, you may want to update a previous widget with some new functionality or a new layout. You can do this either by publishing a completely new version to the library, or by replacing the old one. To do this, select either New widget or Replace existing widget in the widget options page on the Web site.
Note. If you replace an existing widget, your current users will still continue to use the old widget. The system works this way due to security issues. For the new users of your widget, the library links to the updated widget will point to the newest version, but the old users of the widget will not automatically get the updated version. You can use the WidSets forum to inform the users that there is a new version of the widget in the library.