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07 Sep
2009
Article Review by kamalakshan (20090907)

S60 Applications widely make use of views for displaying application data and UI controls. This article describes the view Architecture briefly. Concepts like activating and deactiving view, passing messages between views and activating views from other applications has been described properly.
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07 Sep
2009
Article Review by deepikagohil (20090907)

The article portrays the construction and importance of views in a S60 application. Views are the most widely used feature of a GUI application. Views are mainly related with the display of your apllication. How your application will look like and How lucidely user can interact with your application is related with views only. views are responsible for dislaying application data and UI controls. The article representsa all the key concepts of views in a S60 application.

This application can beneficial to everybody who are developing applications with GUI. Beginners will find it a useful article.

Izinin - Two approaches in application view architecture implentation

There can be two ways to implement application view architecture. Default one , generated by S60 UI application template, implements transient views that created before displaying and destroyed upon deactivation. That is not much sufficient solution from application performance point of view and it adds considerable complexity in the implementation if you want to sync different presentation of the same data. To improve that application architecture use views that live during application life cycle.

izinin 16:41, 22 February 2012 (EET)

 

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