Built on: S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 1
14 June 2004
9 December 2005
The Nokia 6260 imaging phone features advanced messaging capabilities and the ability to capture and play back video. In addition to MMS, e-mail, instant messaging (IM), and Bluetooth, the device features Word and PowerPoint viewers and hot-swappable MMC. The Nokia 6260 phone is suited to both business and mobile lifestyle applications.
The Tools Centre page (www.developer.nokia.com/Resources/Tools_and_downloads/) provides links to details about all the Nokia Developer tools & SDKs.
Carbide.ui is a family of tools that enables the creation of themes for Symbian and Series 40 phones. Carbide.ui provides professionals and hobbyists alike with an easy to use tool that can customise almost every aspect of the look and feel of a phone's UI.
S60 Platform SDK for Symbian OS, for Java™ MIDP allows developers to quickly and efficiently run and test Java applications for devices built on the S60 platform. Using a Java™ IDE, development with the SDK is hosted on a PC.
Series 60 Content Authoring SDK 2.0 supports MMS reception as well as color WAP and XHTML browser usage. Developers can use this tool, which is designed to run as either a stand-alone orintegrated application, to preview local files and Internet files. This version of the SDK works with both Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit 4.0 or later and Nokia Developer's Suite for MMS 1.1.
This document introduces the new lead features and APIs in S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 1. Revision on April 28, 2006: minor editorial changes including terminology update.
This updated document describes the known issues for Developer Platform 2.0. 1 new Java™ known issue has been added and 1 Symbian C++ known issue has been updated. Please assess this resource (here or within the document) to help improve our quality.
This document gives the reader an introductory overview to the Series 60 Developer Platform, focusing on the platform architecture and features.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.