Flash technology is supported on Series 40 phones announced before or during April 2012 and Symbian smartphones — see the complete list here — and is widely integrated with the WebKit-based Nokia browser. You can access the features of Symbian smartphones, such as location information and calendar data, using ActionScript platform services APIs and through the extendable plug-in architecture of the APIBridge component.
For web or media developers, Flash technology offers the quickest and most effective way of building on your existing skill set to create mobile content.
Design mobile content with Flash technology. Flash is one of the most widely used technologies for web designers. In the Documentation section you will find valuable information about UI-design guidelines, content creation, and many other topics. While the Code examples section contains code that illustrates key Flash Lite features and APIs. You can ask questions and engage in discussions on the Nokia Developer Discussion Boards. You’ll find further Flash Lite code examples and technical articles, contributed by the Nokia Developer Community, on the Nokia Developer Wiki.
Adobe’s Flash-authoring tool offers great features to assist in mobile development.
You can embed Flash content in Web Runtime (WRT) widgets to take full advantage of Nokia Platform Services. Distributing and publishing Flash applications as WRT widgets is easy and inexpensive. Casual Flash content created for the desktop can be viewed in the WebKit-based mobile browser on Symbian devices. In addition, many Series 40 phones support the Nokia Flash Lite (NFL) package format, and current Symbian smartphones support the SIS package format.
The Nokia Developer remote device access service or phones are recommended for testing Flash Lite applications.
Distributing software is easy. Nokia provides consumers with Nokia Store for easy application discovery; Flash developers can reach more than 180 countries
overnight with a simple process and low-cost publishing through Nokia Store. The publishing setup is very simple: Just register as a Nokia publisher, pay a one euro fee, and you’re ready to go.
Learn more about publishing to Nokia Store