Python on Symbian
Python on Symbian is a great way to start your adventure in mobile programming! Python applications ("apps") look like native C++ apps, can access the same important platform services, and can be distributed through the same channels.
|Title||Python on Symbian: Mobile app development made easy|
|Author(s)||Pankaj Nathani, Bogdan Galiceanu|
|Publishing date||October 2010|
|# of pages||498|
|Example code||Python on Symbian/Example code|
This book explains all about how you can get up and running with Python on Symbian. Its been written on the wiki by members of the Symbian developer community, and its now published in printed form on Amazon.com here.
02. Basic Python Elements
03. System Information and Operations
04. Basic User Interface
05. Contacts and Calendar
06. Telephony and Messaging
07. Graphics and Multimedia
08. Touch User Interface
09. Basic Network Programming
10. Location Based Services
11. Sensor Framework
12. Platform Services
13. Extending Python on Symbian
14. Advanced Network Programming
15. Platform Security and Application Signing
16. Standalone Applications
17. Debugging Techniques
Back cover copy
Inside cover and list of authors
Prelims Author Acknowledgements
Prelims Author Bios
References and sources of further information
Because its on the wiki its not finished after printing - feel free to extend chapters, fix any bugs, or write new chapters. All we ask is that you add the new chapter to the list along with a comment here explaining what you're planning on doing. You can see anything the rest of us are doing in the #symbianpython twitter feed.
New chapters under construction:
© 2010 Symbian Foundation Limited. Portions copyright Bogdan Galiceanu, Hamish Willee, Marcelo Barros de Almeida, Mike Jipping, Pankaj Nathani and others in wiki document history list. This document is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 license. See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/legalcode for the full terms of the license.
Note that this content was originally hosted on the Symbian Foundation developer wiki.