Is there a "best-practice" way of achieving the following?
An application is first installed by a signed SIS file.
After that, the application upon startup (and available wireless internet connection) connects to an update server to check for app updates. If updates are available, app components (files) are downloaded, overwriting/complementing existing app files. No SIS file is involved.
On the Maemo platform, a convenient automatic update mechanism (Debian package management) is available which roughly implements described process.
How is this to be done on the S60 platform?
Thanks for any hints,