This example application demonstrates the basic use of LCDUI components. The example is meant for both designers and developers: designers get an impression of how the components actually look on the device and developers learn how to use the LCDUI UI components.
Composed UI, an example application for Nokia Asha software platform, combines three different user interface implementations for presenting list based data: Split view, list view and grid view. The split view and the grid view utilise custom, grid layout. The list items in the split view are also custom items. All the views in the application are Form based. The example also demonstrates how to manage persistent data including storing and restoring the application state.
Source code and demonstrations of a series of map components using the Maps API of Java ME plugin. The examples are meant to show how to use the various functions of the API and include a series of demos specifically enhanced to use the additional capabilities of full touch phones.
For the GPS stuff, http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...e-in-build-GPS contains some idea. See #8. For the console thing, here is something you can try: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...ries-40-phones
I have just started nokia java me development. I downloaded 2.0 sdk and have written a helloworld to return the current GPS co-ordinates. When I run it on the emulator I am able to get the console messages from my system.out's.
Hi girishpadia, Do you succeed in making the UI run in the emulator, under the simple scenario where you only create a LWUIT form with a few components (e.g. a TextField and a Button) and no custom themes?
We had a section for this, which is now archived. Have you looked through that. Actually, such a question qualifies as end-user support question nowadays. Anyway, have you set up the client device (a Nokia?) already for OMA DM?
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(no comments yet) Log in or Join to leave comments.Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a protocol to transfer information between a client and a server. The RESTful Map API is a simple RESTful web service that brings static Nokia Map images to any Web-enabled device using the standard HTTP protocol.
(no comments yet) Log in or Join to leave comments. ArticleCreated: User:192.168.10.198 (08 Feb 2007)Last edited: hamishwillee (21 May 2013) This category is for Java ME articles that use the Scalable 2D Vector Graphics API.
27 Sep2009Article Review by kalki (20090927)Level:Basic This article discusses on how to install java based Mobile Application on Mobile.There are many ways we can do that,firs one is if the application files are on your PC then you can transfer it using Infrared or Blue tooth or you can transfer it from other devices also.
Porting MIDlets from Symbian to Nokia Asha by skalogir This article provides instructions on how to port existing MIDlets written for Symbian to Nokia Asha software platform. The article covers a number of porting aspects ranging from heap memory limitations, image processing, virtual keyboard, persistent storage, location aware MIDlets, etc.
In Windows Phone 7, you will typically define your UI in XAML and write the code in C#. If you’re an advanced XAML coder, you might want to harness the power XAML bindings to limit the amount of code you’ll have to write, and define as much as possible in XAML.
Hi, Here comes a great opportunity for developers: If you are having only two qualifying mobile applications published in any of the official store(e.g., Nokia Store, Windows Phone Store, Google Play, BlackBerry World, Apple App Store), then you can be a part of the Nokia Premium Developer Program for Asha.