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  1. #1
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    How to use API bridge using symbian C++

    Is there any way that I can invoke API bridge API's using symbian C++ code??

    I have tried to figure it out. but i guess wherever I search for "API bridge", it shows it using WRT. But, can I invoke it using my symbian C++ code??

    Thanks,
    Sumit

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    Re: How to use API bridge using symbian C++

    API bridge is meant to be used by WRT that is why you are not getting any references. I suppose any thing that can be done in API bridge can be done in Symbian.C++ also so is there any special reason you want to use "API bridge" on Symbian.C++

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    Re: How to use API bridge using symbian C++

    Yes, I am thinking of using API bridge as it is supported across range of phones and stable.
    So, i was thinking of a way so that I can use those features from my application directly.

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    Re: How to use API bridge using symbian C++

    But you can use the OS features from your application directly, without going through the API bridge (which is intended for use with non-native languages/runtimes that cannot call OS APIs directly).

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