This library is a complete documentation package for developers and designers to help them create applications with appealing graphical user interface using the LWUIT for Nokia Asha and Series 40. Library has been updated to include Nokia Asha UI components, for example, RefreshLoadBar, DatePicker, and HeaderBar. Also support for automatic localization has been added.
This library gathers guidelines for designing Java MIDlets for Nokia Asha software platform phones. It contains a UI overview, descriptions for UI components (both LCDUI and LWUIT components) and common UI patterns along with guidelines for language and tone of voice. There is also an Icon creation section to help you create your app’s launcher icon. The UX checklist collects the most important UI considerations you should keep in mind when designing your app for Nokia Asha phones.
This library provides all the information you need to create rich and engaging web apps for the Nokia Asha software platform 1.0 and Series 40 phones. The library includes a getting started guide, technical and design documentation, and a detailed guide on how to use the web app tools. The library has been updated for version 3.0 of the Nokia Asha web app tools.
The Java Developer’s Library supports devices up to Java Runtime for Nokia Asha software platform (1.0) for Nokia Asha platform devices and Java Runtime 2.0.0 for Series 40 devices. The library provides detailed information about the new APIs in the Nokia Asha software platform, and about implementation differences between Nokia Asha and Series 40 platforms. There’s also information about porting Series 40 full touch applications to the Nokia Asha software platform. See the change history for more information.
Publisher Guide describes how to submit, edit, update, and remove Nokia Store content with the Nokia Publish tool. The guide also describes how you can enter metadata that will pass our Quality Assurance checks, as well as monitor daily reports on downloads and estimated revenue. The guide has been updated in May 2013 with information on changes Nokia Asha software platform has introduced to the handling of icons and screenshots (English version). This guide is available in these languages (links have been updated in October 2012): العربية | Deutsch | English (HTML) | English (PDF)| Español | Français | Italiano | Português | Русский | 简体中文 | 繁体中文 | हिन्दी | Việt.
This library is intended for developers creating applications for Nokia Lumia devices. The library provides detailed guides on the use of Map, Camera, NFC, and Nokia Music APIs with code snippets and references to the complete example applications. It also explains how to co-develop for Windows Phone 7 and 8, and provides an overview and guides on Nokia Developer services, such as Remote Device Access for Nokia Lumia. The latest library updates include various improvements to the Nokia Music API documentation and two new example applications - Nokia Music API Test App and Bands Around. See the Change history for more details on the latest updates.
The Java Developer's Library describes the Java ME development environment for mobile devices up to Java Runtime 2.0.0 for Series 40 and Java Runtime 2.3 for Symbian. To install the Eclipse plug-in, see the installation instructions included in the zip file.
The Java Developer's Library describes the Java ME development environment for mobile devices up to Java Runtime 2.0.0 for Series 40 and Java Runtime 2.3 for Symbian. The standalone package includes an Eclipse-based viewer that provides you with a search function. Extract the zip file to any folder on your computer, and click eclipse.exe to access the library.
For latest updates on Nokia Asha platform application development, see the online version of the library.
This Design and User Experience Library section provides design guidelines and other design related information for Windows Phone (WP).
The Design and User Experience Library gathers all essential aspects of design and usability into one, and it collects the most important links for platform design resources. This updated library version includes a renewed design process, targeted for developers who are new to user experience.
This library helps developers port their applications to Series 40. It compares platforms and gives information on development tools and portability of the application types. It also provides code snippets and example applications on the most important mobile use cases. Whether you are looking for guidance on UX or development, this library will help you in developing apps for Series 40. The updated library provides information about UI conversion from Android OS 4.1 to Series 40 full touch.
This library gathers guidelines for designing Java MIDlets for Series 40 non-touch phones. It contains a UI overview, descriptions for UI components and common UI patterns along with guidelines for language and tone of voice. There is also pointers to Icon creation to help you create your app’s launcher icon. The UX checklist collects the most important UI considerations you should keep in mind when designing your app for Series 40 non-touch.
Windows Phone 8, a significant milestone in the evolution of Microsoft's operating system for mobile phones, means expanded hardware access, support for high-end gaming, better OS integration, and many new APIs for developers. This extensive article introduces you to the most significant API additions and changes. An example application is used to show the code you need to write to make use of these new features.
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.
This developer library contains all the information needed for developing applications for the Nokia N9 device. Download the zip on your hard drive and extract the content. Open index.html file under meego_1.2_harmattan_developer_documentation folder to see the technical documentation library, and index.html under UX folder to see the Nokia N9 UX guidelines.