By Paul Coulton, Reuben Charles Edwards, Helen Clemson
In accordance with the authors' reviews in constructing and educating Symbian OS, this functional advisor is ideal for programmers and gives a sequence of example-based situations that exhibit how one can advance Symbian purposes.
- Exercises stroll the reader in the course of the preliminary improvement of a console-based card video game engine to a graphical consumer interface(GUI)-based, participant blackjack video game working over a Bluetooth connection among cellular phones
- Addresses how Symbian deals a couple of various variations to permit for various consumer interfaces and reveal savers - the main general of those is S60
- Discusses how the circulate towards 3G expertise has led to an expanding desire for cellular software improvement for S60 devices.
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