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LWUIT Developer's Library

LWUIT for Nokia is a customised version (for Nokia Asha and Series 40 software platform) of the popular Light Weight UI Toolkit (LWUIT). LWUIT has been optimised for Nokia Asha and Series 40 software platform with a number of styling, theming and functional changes. You can use LWUIT for Nokia to create rich user interface Java applications with quick and easy transitions and animations.

LWUIT for Nokia has been developed and tested with the following SDKs:

  • Nokia Asha SDK 1.2

  • Nokia Asha SDK 1.1

  • Nokia Asha SDK 1.0

  • Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java

  • Nokia SDK 1.1 for Java

To download an offline version of this library, visit this page.

Target audience

This guide is intended for developers who want to develop Java applications using the LWUIT for Nokia plug-in for mobile devices that are based on Nokia Series 40 5th Edition onwards to Nokia Asha software platform. To know which Nokia devices conform to which platform, refer to Device Specifications at Nokia Developer website.

Where to start

What do you want to do?

Begin here

I want to learn more about LWUIT.

Introduction to LWUIT

I want to create LWUIT projects using Nokia IDE for Java ME (Eclipse).

Developing LWUIT projects using Nokia IDE for Java ME (Eclipse)

I want to create LWUIT projects using NetBeans.

Developing LWUIT projects using NetBeans

I want to create and edit LWUIT resource packages.

Resources for LWUIT

I want step by step instructions in creating a LWUIT MIDlet.

Creating a demo MIDlet using LWUIT

I want to refer to LWUIT API information.

Javadocs for LWUIT

I want to develop with LWUIT for Series 40 devices.

LWUIT for Series 40 developer's guide

I want to refer to LWUIT for Series 40 UX guidelines.

LWUIT for Series 40 UX guidelines

I want to develop with LWUIT for Nokia Asha software platform devices.

LWUIT for Nokia Asha software platform developer's guide

I want to refer to LWUIT for Nokia Asha software platform UX guidelines.

LWUIT for Nokia Asha software platform UX guidelines


Last updated 25 February 2014

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