LWUIT provides developers with an easy way to add rich UI components and features to Java apps. Now, LWUIT is delivered as part of the Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java, simplifying the development of engaging apps for Nokia Asha Touch phones.
In this video you will see how to prepare for the creation of LWUIT based apps in the Nokia IDE for Java ME, code a simple app, use obfuscation to control the size of installation package, and run a contacts app example on a Series 40 phone.
For more information on the Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java and using LWUIT, visit www.developer.nokia.com/Java
Audio Noise Reduction in Windows Phone by galazzo
This week’s featured article shows an approach for audio noise reduction using Fast Fourier Transforms on Windows Phone. The article provides a very simple and broad overview of the Fast Fourier Transform – the minimum needed to understand how the noise reduction algorithm works. It explains the basics of how noise reduction works and how to work with FFT in Windows Phone.
The article is one of a series that has been written around working with audio and FFT on Windows Phone – see Sound pattern matching using Fast Fourier Transform in Windows Phone for one of the others (and a deeper explanation of FFT).