If you’ve got an application for Android or BlackBerry (up to BlackBerry OS 7.1), your existing Java code puts you in a great position to take advantage of the growing demand for apps from Series 40 phone owners.
To help you take advantage of this opportunity, we’ve started to gather a collection of resources to guide you through the porting process in the Porting to Series 40 library section.
Integrated operator billing helps developers by offering their consumers a seamless purchasing experience as well as a secure transaction model for those who do not own or are reticent about using their credit cards to make online purchases.
As we continue to focus on creating enhanced revenue opportunities for our developers, Nokia has extended its ecosystem of operator billing partners with Nokia Store to include Idea Cellular in India. This partnership will make Nokia Store easily accessible to millions of Idea Cellular consumers, allowing them to use their Nokia phones to consume premium content from Nokia Store and pay for it via their pre-paid or post-paid accounts.
Whether you have created Java apps for Series 40 before or are about to embark on your first, you have an exciting opportunity to take advantage of the great new full touch capabilities of our Series 40 Developer Platform 2.0 devices.
And the best way to get yourself up to speed is through an introductory webinar from our experts at Nokia Developer. Over the next few weeks we have a range of webinars to introduce you to the tools, techniques and technology you need to deliver rich, functional full-touch Series 40 apps for Nokia Asha 305, Asha 306, and Asha 311.
On 27 June and 3 July we are presenting ‘Introduction to Series 40 full touch’, featuring the new APIs, tools and resources. From this webinar you be introduced to the new UI, gain the knowledge of new APIs in the Series 40 platform and be taken on a walkthrough of the tools and resources that will help you develop your apps.