To make your Series 40 web apps development as straightforward as possible Nokia Web Tools, Bluetooth Launcher, and the Nokia Xpress Browser are available in the Series 40 web apps section.
Alternatively, Xpress Web App Builder is an online tool that enables content owners to create web apps from clipped content, RSS feeds, and social media content using a wide selection of formats.
Nokia Web Tools 1.2 provides you with an easy-to-use environment for creating, editing, packaging, and deploying Symbian WRT widgets. When your development is complete packaged web apps are ready for submission to Nokia Store.
Test your Series 40 web apps
If you don't have access to a Series 40 phone, you can test your web content and apps by making use of the Remote Device Access service. This service provides you with access to ten Series 40 phone models, more than 30 phones, over an internet connection. The service is available free to all Nokia Developer members.
Mobile Web Templates
Our Mobile Web Templates are optimised for Nokia devices, but because they're W3C compliant, work pretty well on any device! The templates include pre-styled mobile web elements such as lists and data tables. Download a set of tested components and layouts for high-end, mid-range and low end devices and begin customising them for your needs today.
Mobile Web Components
Make the most of the latest HTML5 feature in Nokia browsers.
Add rich, HTML5 based components to your web pages and web apps for Symbian Anna phones and the Nokia N9 Smartphone. Included are components for collapsible content blocks, scrollable large content item windows, pop-up menus, expandable sliding menus, slideshows, and others.
Leverage the power of QtWebKit
Using Qt WebKit technology, Web developer can easily transform web apps and web services into powerful native applications. Qt offers HTML5 and CSS3 support today. The quick and powerful way to use web assets and skills to produce apps for smartphones and mobile computers.
APIBridge is a component for Nokia Symbian devices that enables WRT widgets, Adobe Flash Lite content, and Java applications to access device features through a plug-in architecture. The APIBridge package ships with a set of plug-ins and the components to enable the features of the plug-ins to be used. Developers can extend the APIBridge component with their own plug-ins.