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    Developing Mobile Applications

    With more than 2 billion mobile phones already in use around the world, how do you make sure your application will work on all of the devices and how do you get the app out there quickly? Despite the fact that J2ME, the mobile version of the Java programming language, is supported on billions of phones in the market today, an application that runs on one phone may not work on hundreds of other phone models, even if those phones are similar in design or come from the same manufacturer. Cascada Mobile's Breeze development platform (www.cascadamobile.com transforms ideas into globally distributed mobile applications in as little as fifteen minutes. Cascada’s Breeze platform provides anyone with knowledge of even the most basic Web programming languages the easiest method for creating, testing and distributing mobile applications to phones anywhere in the world. Breeze-created applications are subsidized by mobile advertisements making the service free for anyone to use.


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    Re: Developing Mobile Applications

    Cool. Wich of the demo applications available would you say that is best in showcasing the performance and flexibility of your platform?
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    Re: Developing Mobile Applications

    Hi Lucian,

    Here are some suggestions:

    - Business Applications (expense, communication)
    - Marketing and Promotion Applications
    - News Reader/Blog Readers/Weather Apps
    - Social Networking Applications and Add-Ons:
    *(flickr, Facebook, Twitter)
    - Anything You Can Build with HTML and JavaScript
    - Access the Following Phone Features:
    *Sound, Images, Camera, Local Storage, Contact List, Internet Connections, Browse URL, Dial a Number

    Also see breezeaps.com for more suggestions. Just download the tool for free and you're ready to go.

    Simster

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    Re: Developing Mobile Applications

    I'm not a Java developer, nor do I plan to become one

    I've tried one of your demo apps from somewhere on the web site and while I don't remember much about it I felt that more should be possible. I was hoping that you can point me towards a demo app that would make me say: Waw! (aside from the app being portable and easy to develop.)
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    Re: Developing Mobile Applications

    I agree with ltomuta.... demos of more complex applications would be good.

    PS: I am always skeptical with "write once run everywhere" in the mobile phones industry because the fragmentation is just too bad.
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    Re: Developing Mobile Applications

    It would be great if this new framework solves the problem, wouldn't it? If it can also do more than display a label or draw a line that is.
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    Re: Developing Mobile Applications

    Hello all.

    Full disclosure - I'm from Cascada.

    Your best bet to see what can be done with Breeze is to take a look at:
    http://www.breezeapps.com/applicatio...rter/74729/28/

    This is a basic units converter application that doesn't use any network requests.

    If you want to see an app with network requests, you can try:
    http://www.breezeapps.com/applicatio...der/74660/136/

    Which is a basic news reader where you can provide your own list of feeds.

    More coming but thought these might be of interest.

    -Alan

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