23 February 2004
The Nokia 9500 Communicator combines the features of a business PDA with an integrated camera and multimedia support. Advanced messaging, e-mail, security features, and high-speed data capabilities (including WLAN) make it ideal for enterprise applications. Click here for the Nokia 9500 HTML White Paper on Forum Nokia: http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/0,070_72,00.html
The Tools Centre page (www.developer.nokia.com/Resources/Tools_and_downloads/) provides links to details about all the Nokia Developer tools & SDKs.
The Nokia Network Bridge is a PC based tool that enables access from a Nokia 9500 Communicator, Nokia 9300, Nokia 9300i smartphones, Nokia E60, Nokia E61 and Nokia E70 devices to the internet or a corporate network through a cable networked PC. Supporting the routing of two-way IP traffic the Nokia Network Bridge uses IP passthrough technology over the devices USB cable to make a connection.
Series 80 Platform 2.0 SDK for Symbian OS, for Personal Profile and Series 80 Platform 2.0 SDK for Symbian OS, for MIDP enable Java™ developers to quickly and efficiently run and test applications for Series 80 Platform devices.
Series 80 Platform 2.0 SDK for Symbian OS enables C application development for devices based on Series 80 Platform 2.0 and Symbian OS v7.0s, and is compatible with the Nokia 9300 and Nokia 9500 Communicator. The release includes the Nokia Connectivity Framework for communication with other Nokia SDKs and products supporting Nokia Connectivity Framework connectivity.
The purpose of this document is to describe the UI principles and unify the UI of all applications within the Nokia 9500 Communicator, which is compliant with Series 80 Developer Platform 2.0.
Part 2 of this white paper series explores the different transport protocols being used and compares them with each other. The working example shows how to build up a generic framework which isolates the protocol layer from the client application. This allows to optimize the transport protocol without the need to change the application itself.
In addition to stand-alone applications running on mobile handsets without any need of interaction with external resources, there is a need for a distributed environment where the client needs to communicate with the server using an IP connection. Part 1 of this white paper series lays out the fundamentals for a general framework using web services or a proprietary protocol.
In Part 3 of this series, we will take a detailed look at the deployment aspect of the application, including the setup of the server side using Apache Tomcat and various other open-source projects. This document also demonstrates how to use the application in a real environment and focuses on performance issues.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.