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Author Aubert, Michael.

Title Quick recipes on Symbian OS : mastering C++ smartphone development / Michael Aubert with Alexey Gusev [and others].

Imprint Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley, 2008.

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Description 1 online resource (xxvii, 354 pages).
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Symbian Press
Symbian Press.
Note Includes index.
Contents Symbian OS Code Conventions and Notations Used in the Book -- 1. Introduction and Setup -- 1.1. Tools: What You Need and Where to Find It -- 1.2. While You are Waiting -- 1.3. Post-Installation -- 2. Quick Start -- 2.1. Hello World Project Template -- 2.2. Running Carbide.c++ IDE -- 2.3. Generating the Hello World Project -- 2.4. Building the Hello World Project -- 2.5. Running the Hello World Application on the Emulator -- 2.6. Running the Hello World Application on the Device -- 2.7. Modifying the Hello World Project -- 2.8. Advanced Topics on Carbide.c++ -- 2.9. Links -- 3. Symbian OS Development Basics -- 3.1. Fundamental Data Types on Symbian OS -- 3.2. Symbian OS Class Conventions -- 3.3. Leaves and Exception Handling -- 3.4. The Cleanup Stack -- 3.5. The Cleanup Stack FAQ: Advanced Information -- 3.6. Two-Phase Construction -- 3.7. Thin Templates -- 3.8. Descriptors -- Symbian OS Strings -- 3.9. Arrays on Symbian OS -- 3.10. Executable Files -- 3.11. Platform Security: Capabilities -- 3.12. Platform Security: Data Caging -- 3.13. Stack Size and Heap Size -- 3.14. Streams -- 3.15. Active Objects -- 3.16. Threads -- 3.17. Timers and Callbacks -- 3.18. Summary -- 4. Symbian C++ Recipes -- 4.1. File Handling -- 4.2. Contacts and Calendar -- 4.3. Networking -- 4.4. Messaging -- 4.5. Graphics and Drawing -- 4.6. 3D Graphics Using OpenGL ES -- 4.7. Multimedia -- 4.8. Telephony -- 4.9. Connectivity -- 4.10. Location-Based Services -- 5. Next Level Development -- 5.1. Advanced Technologies -- 5.2. Symbian Partners Only -- 5.3. Advanced Application Deployment -- 6. Releasing Your Application -- 6.1. What To Do Before You Release Your Application -- 6.2. How To Distribute Your Application -- 6.3. Where To Go Next.
Summary "Whether you need to port a desktop application, create a quick prototype or simply want to learn about application development in the mobile space, this book is both the perfect introduction to Symbian OS and an excellent reference guide. The book is like a cookbook, with self-contained chapters covering common programming tasks. Each section explains the length of time needed to implement the code, and its difficulty level. Tasks are explained in detail, and snippets of example code provided. The full sample code is provided for download so it can be used as a starting point in your own projects."--Jacket.
Note Print version record.
Subject Symbian OS (Computer file)
Symbian OS (Computer file)
Symbian OS (Computer file) (OCoLC)fst01793909
Smartphones -- Programming.
C++ (Computer program language)
COMPUTERS -- Programming -- Microsoft Programming.
C++ (Computer program language) (OCoLC)fst00843286
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Gusev, Alexey.
Other Form: Print version: Aubert, Michael. Quick recipes on Symbian OS. Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley, 2008 9780470997833 0470997834 (DLC) 2008013156 (OCoLC)214934901
ISBN 9780470997833
0470997834
9780470774137 (electronic bk.)
0470774134 (electronic bk.)
1281841129
9781281841124
Standard No. CHBIS 006150671
CHVBK 171316762
DEBBG BV043083276
DEBSZ 355418932
DEBSZ 422067881
DEBSZ 430673221
HEBIS 291490832

 
    
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