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Talk:Porting iPhone native (Objective-C) applications to S60 5th Edition

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This article well-explains the comparision between iPhone OS and Symbian OS. The article provides all the basic information regarding to both of these mobile application development environments. For e.g. the languages used in Symbian OS is Symbian C++, where as in iPhone it is objective C++. The information about IDEs, the architecture for both the iPhone and Symbian is explained with image-implementation.

The article represents the similiarities and differences between Symbian C++ and objective C. For our convenience, the article has also given an example. How the coding conventions differ in both of these languages. The basic features like declaring and defining methods, event-handeling, allocation of object, deallocation of object is given in a manner of comparision.At last, the way of porting an application from iPhone to symbian is given. The article also contains names of books and websites for our further reference.

The article seems to be perfect in representation and to be lucidly explained. The article find its importance to the beginners/ intermediate iPhone developers to help them understanding the architecture and features of Symbian OS.

--deepikagohil 13:02, 9 September 2009 (UTC)

Comparing the series of porting articles this is the Best of all of them it introducing both the platform side by side. also introducing ways to convert iPhone Apps to Symbian apps function by function. does not mention clearly is the comparison between the signing and distribution of both platform applications --skumar_rao 18:05, 10 September 2009 (UTC)


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