This version of the Web Developer’s Library (WDL) is compatible with Nokia's Web Browser 8.5 for MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan on the Nokia N9, Web Browser for Symbian 7.3, 7.4, 8.2, 8.3.1, and the Nokia Browser for Series 40. It also supports S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2, S60 5th Edition, and Web Browser 7.2. This version of the WDL adds information about Symbian Browser 8.3.1 and also some information about Windows Phone browsers.
The mobile web template examples for mobile phones display a normal content page, a list, a form, and a table created using the Mobile Web Templates for Mobile Phones. You can use the shortened URL http://tinyurl.com/mwtmpe to view the examples in you mobile phone browser.
The mobile web template examples for smartphones displays a content page, forms, lists, a button, navigation models, tables, and utility components created using the Mobile Web Templates for Smartphones. You can use the shortened URL http://tinyurl.com/mwtse to view the examples in you smartphone browser.
This document contains information and guidelines for web developers who want to ensure that their pages work well with the Nokia N900 with Maemo 5 OS. In version 1.1 of the document, information about portrait orientation has been added.
This document provides an overview of how to design websites and optimise them for Maemo, iPhone, Android, and a variety of touch and non-touch devices based on S60 on Symbian OS.
This article gives an overview of the evolution of mobile Web browsing and how to take mobile Web users into consideration in Web design, including the potential provided by new technologies such as widgets and WidSets, and the difference between Full and Lite browsing.
This document provides a case study of the Mobile Store Locator, which stands as a useful example of .mobi implementation with regard to both the technical implementation and the interest a mobile-optimized site can arouse.
The huge number of mobile devices capable of browsing XHTML MP content make this an important market for Web developers. This article offers a starting point for designers and others who want to understand the basics of lightweight Web site design.
This Symbian Press Essential S60 booklet gives developers an overview of the development technologies supported by the S60 platform. The booklet discusses Symbian C++, Open C, Java™ ME, Python, Flash Lite from Adobe, SVGT, browser, and Web Run-Time. In addition, information on testing, going to market, and where to get support is provided. For any developer who wants to mobilize applications with S60, this booklet is an excellent starting point for selecting an appropriate development technology.