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    what SDK to download to develop applications for E90 communicator and for other PDA l

    What SDK to download to develop applications for E90 communicator and for other PDA like devices (biggest displays) ? In these SDK I may find all characteristics of such devices I want to develop for [LCD,RAM,...] ? where exactly in the sdk find this info ?

    wml/xhtml: in a URL with parameters www.example.com;test;test2 , how/where the parameters are get used ? in XHTML BASIC and in normal XHTML ?

    I want to build my own library of wmlscript functions, how do it ? And to call function I must use:
    mylib.myfunction();
    or
    mylib#myfunction(); ?

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    Re: what SDK to download to develop applications for E90 communicator and for other P

    Hello lse123,

    to start with, are you specifically looking for a MIDP (i.e. Java ME) SDK?

    If so, the SDK for the E90 (which is a S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 device) you can download from here:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._for_Java.html

    In these SDK I may find all characteristics of such devices I want to develop for [LCD,RAM,...] ? where exactly in the sdk find this info ?
    These are device specific, in addition to the SDK's release notes, for the E90 and the other S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 devices you can check these from here (device specs): http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/m...3ed_fp1_1.html

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    Re: what SDK to download to develop applications for E90 communicator and for other P

    MIDP = Stands for...?
    I know WML/WMLscript and PHP/ASP.
    I currently learning "Java:How to Program 7th /E by Deitel/PH".
    Also I currently learning "ASP.NET 2.0 Kalata 3rd /E Course.com" less than java .
    Propably start design applications with java ? You have and ASP.NET SDK ?

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    Re: what SDK to download to develop applications for E90 communicator and for other P

    MIDP = Mobile Information Device Profile.

    And it is usually paired with CLDC = Connected Limited Device Configuration.

    And in essence, what's known as J2ME, Java 2 Micro Edition is principally the combination of MIDP/CLDC.

    For more, start with http://java.sun.com/javame/index.jsp

    Phones are generally using MIDP 2.0 or MIDP 2.1 nowadays. So, ignore MIDP 3.0 or "Java ME 3.0" for now.

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    Re: what SDK to download to develop applications for E90 communicator and for other P

    For javame you mean use
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._for_Java.html ? Most developers develop(stick) in only one language to develop applications ?
    S60 Platform SDKs for Symbian OS-5th Edition may installed together with javame /E ? This 5th Edition Supports Open C/C++. Web Runtime (WRT). Python ?
    If I need upgrade to MIDP 3.0 or "Java ME 3.0" is needed reintall or just upgrade my current version ?
    You have and ASP.NET SDK , is it the "S60 Platform SDKs for Symbian OS-5th Edition" ?

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    Your SDKs are for develop web appl. and normal non-web applications or only for...?

    You have and ASP.NET SDK , is it the "S60 Platform SDKs for Symbian OS-5th Edition" ?
    Your "S60 Platform SDKs for Symbian OS for java & C/C++" are for develop both: web applications and normal non-web applications or only for ... ?

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