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Series 40 is Nokia's platform for mass market featurephones - at time of writing there are more than one billion in use worldwide. Apps are primarily written using [[:Category:Java ME|Java ME]], which provides deep and broad access to platform functionality. If youf you're writing apps to interact with a web service, [http://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/Web/Series_40_web_apps/ Series 40 web apps] provide a compelling alternative development framework (these run in [http://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/Web/Nokia_Browser_for_Series_40/ Nokia Web Browser for Series 40] but look like native apps and can be sold through Nokia Store). Content also represents an opportunity, such as various media types and the creation of UI themes.
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Series 40 is Nokia's platform for mass market featurephones - at time of writing there are more than one billion in use worldwide. Apps are primarily written using [[:Category:Java ME|Java ME]], which provides deep and broad access to platform functionality. If you're writing apps to interact with a web service, [http://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/Web/Series_40_web_apps/ Series 40 web apps] provide a compelling alternative development framework (these run in [http://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/Web/Nokia_Browser_for_Series_40/ Nokia Web Browser for Series 40] but look like native apps and can be sold through Nokia Store). Content also represents an opportunity, such as various media types and the creation of UI themes.
  
 
On this page you will find key links to various information about the Series 40 platform, as well as a list of articles in the ''Series 40'' category. Note that this is by no means an exhaustive list of categories related to Series 40 - see the [[:Category:Java ME|Java ME]] and [[:Category:Series 40 Web Apps|Series 40 Web Apps]] categories for more topics.  
 
On this page you will find key links to various information about the Series 40 platform, as well as a list of articles in the ''Series 40'' category. Note that this is by no means an exhaustive list of categories related to Series 40 - see the [[:Category:Java ME|Java ME]] and [[:Category:Series 40 Web Apps|Series 40 Web Apps]] categories for more topics.  

Revision as of 07:57, 20 June 2012

Series 40 is Nokia's platform for mass market featurephones - at time of writing there are more than one billion in use worldwide. Apps are primarily written using Java ME, which provides deep and broad access to platform functionality. If you're writing apps to interact with a web service, Series 40 web apps provide a compelling alternative development framework (these run in Nokia Web Browser for Series 40 but look like native apps and can be sold through Nokia Store). Content also represents an opportunity, such as various media types and the creation of UI themes.

On this page you will find key links to various information about the Series 40 platform, as well as a list of articles in the Series 40 category. Note that this is by no means an exhaustive list of categories related to Series 40 - see the Java ME and Series 40 Web Apps categories for more topics.

Announcements.pngNokia Asha SDK 1.0 (beta) (14 May 2013): Nokia Asha SDK 1.0 (beta) is available for download. This SDK enables you to target your Java apps at phones based on Nokia Asha software platform 1.0. SDKs for Series 40 (including Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java), can be downloaded from here.

Contents

Introduction to Series 40

The platform page on the Nokia Developer website is: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Devices/Series_40/

Java applications

For more information on Java development, see Java ME.

Web apps

For more information on creating Series 40 web apps see:

Websites

For more information on website development, see Category:Browser

Flash Lite applications

Flash lite support stopped in all new Series 40 phones released from May 2012. It is present in older devices:

Content, media and themes

For more information on theme development, see Category:Themes

VoIP

Several Series 40 devices include the Nokia Series 40 VoIP client. The client gives SIP-based VoIP service providers the ability to integrate their offerings into the telephony functions of mobile devices from Nokia.

Links to the documentation on the various version of the client can be found in Nokia Series 40 VoIP Client documentation

Subcategories

This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.

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Pages in category "Series 40"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 468 total.

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G cont.

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Media in category "Series 40"

The following 200 files are in this category, out of 283 total.

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