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    Difference between SDK & UIQ

    hi,

    can any one give me matter about,why SDK & UIQ ?what is the difference?

    and difference between SDK'S ?

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    Re: Difference between SDK & UIQ

    I'm not sure what you're asking about, really, but...

    First there's the core Symbian operating system that provides some functionality/APIs for developers. Symbian releases OS-level DevKits (for a fee, for so called Symbian Platinum Partners).

    Then there are few user interface/middleware/application/etc. solutions, or platforms, layered on top of Symbian OS. There different SDKS (Software Development Kits) for these:
    - Nokia's S60 (Series 60) SDKs
    - Nokia's Series 80 SDKs
    - Nokia's SDK for the Nokia 7710 (used to be for "Series 90", but as a "platform" it was cancelled)
    - UIQ Technologie's UIQ


    Of those platforms there are different versions and different corresponding SDKs:
    - S60 1st Edition (S60 versions 0.9 and 1.2), based on Symbian OS 6.1
    - S60 2nd Edition (S60 version 2.0), based on Symbian OS 7.0s
    - S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 1 (S60 2.1), based on Symbian OS 7.0s
    - S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 2 (S60 2.6), based on Symbian OS 8.0a
    - S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 3 (S60 2.8), based on Symbian OS 8.1a
    - S60 3rd Edition (S60 3.0), based on Symbian OS 9.1
    - Series 80 1.0, based on Symbian OS 6.1
    - Series 80 2.0, based on Symbian OS 7.0s
    - UIQ 2.0, based on Symbian OS 7.0
    - UIQ 2.1, based on Symbian OS 7.0
    - UIQ 3.0, based on Symbian OS 9.1

    And to complicate things further, there are also different versions of the SDKs for different development environments for Windows (to support the different IDEs, Integrated Development Environments):
    - SDKs for CodeWarrior
    - SDKs for Microsoft Visual Studio or Borland

    Note also support for different versions of CodeWarrior (2.0, 2.5, 2.8, 3.0, 3.1), or different versions of MS Visual Studio (Visual Studio/C++ 6, Visual Studio.NET 2003, Visual Studio.NET 2005), etc. There is no Symbian based SDK that currently supports VS.NET 2005, by the way.

    And to continue with the fun, there are also separate Java SDKs for different Symbian+platform variants. ;)

    So, for UIQ you have three different Symbian/C++ SDKs based on the UIQ versions (targeting different phones depending on which UIQ version they are based on):
    - an UIQ 2.0 SDK
    - an UIQ 2.1 SDK, and
    - an UIQ 3.0 SDK

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    Re: Difference between SDK & UIQ

    hi thanks for reply,

    but i require what is the difference between SDK's. what are the updates done in the change of versions.

    and difference between S60 SDK's and UIQ?


    ok bye.

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    Re: Difference between SDK & UIQ

    The newer version of the SDK usually documents what's different in the previous version.

    If there's other documentation, the Symbian related documentation you can find on http://www.symbian.com/developer and UIQ related docs you can search for on http://www.uiq.com/ and S60 related docs on http://forum.nokia.com/series60

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