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Created: kcomex (01 Mar 2008)
Last edited: hamishwillee (27 Jul 2012)

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This omits MeeGo and Windows Phone as platforms, and Qt as a development framework

This picture is intended to show mobile industry beginners an overview of Nokia Technology Platforms, their commons and differences. I hope from here you could get a very clear view of the Nokia's technology architecture.

Initially, the picture is brought out with purpose of giving more insights to everybody in the industry, so feel free to modify this picture with its original source.


You could edit this SVG by Ink Scape, an open source and free software running on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

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The Picture

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Terms and their expansion in FN Wiki

S60

Symbian : Symbian OS | Symbian C++ | Open C | Flash Lite | Java ME | PySymbian

Related Categories:

Category:Symbian C++ | Category:Java ME | Category:Symbian

Series 40

Series 40 : Java | Java ME | MIDP 2.0 | CLDC | Flash Lite

Related Categories:

Category:Java | Category:Java ME | Category:MIDP | Category:MIDP 2.0

Maemo

Maemo : Linux | Nokia Open Source | GTK | Python

Related Categories:

Category:Open Source | Category:Maemo

External resources

[http://www.developer.nokia.com/Design/Design_process/Getting_started/Compare_device_platforms.xhtml

Comparison of development frameworks running across platforms]
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