×
Namespaces

Variants
Actions

How do I start a new project in Symbian OS C++?

From Nokia Developer Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

This article describes how to create a new Symbian C++ project using Carbide.c++.

Article Metadata
Article
Created: savaj (30 Mar 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (09 Feb 2012)

Contents

Step 1

Start carbide c/c++ from programs files.

Bapu11.JPG


Step 2

Goto File menu->New->Symbian OS Project, and click on it.

Bapu12.JPG

Step 3

On clicking Symbian OS projects, IDE show u a dialog to choose a template for your project. Then select appropriate template for your project. for simple GUI application, select S60 GUI Application.

Bapu13.JPG


Step 4

On selecting S60 GUI application, IDE show you one more dialog and ask you the name of project. give appropriate name to your project. for example, we give it HelloWorld.

Bapu14.JPG


Step 5

After giving name to aplication, IDE ask you to select apropriate SDK for your application (even if you have only one SDK instaled on machine). select S60_3rd and click finish button.

Bapu15.JPG

Step 6

On clicking finish button, IDE create project. on project explorer you can see the files generated by IDE. And then start playing with AppUi.cpp and AppView.cpp.

Bapu16.JPG

Related Links

This page was last modified on 9 February 2012, at 08:39.
44 page views in the last 30 days.

Was this page helpful?

Your feedback about this content is important. Let us know what you think.

 

Thank you!

We appreciate your feedback.

×