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Palm OS Programming with NSBasic   By wirelessdevnet.com
By Clayton E. Crooks II Developing applications for the Palm OS can be a daunting task even for experienced programmers. The standard Palm Software Developer s Kit SDK requires at least moderate knowledge of the C programming language and has a substantial learning curve because of the memory management requirements and specific API references. A...

The Palm Computing Platform: an Overview   By wirelessdevnet.com
Introduction Years from now we may look back on the introduction of the Palm Pilot as the killer application" for mobile computing that got the ball rolling. While many devices had previously tried and failed the Apple Newton being the most notable example the Palm Computing Platform originally introduced by Palm Computing since purchased...

An Introduction to Palm Programming   By wirelessdevnet.com
Developing for the Palm OS is very similar to developing for other platforms Windows and Motif for example . At the same time however it is very very different due to the drastically different requirements placed upon the developer by limited processing power and screen space. In this tutorial we ll focus on equipping the software developer with...

Frank Ableson Writer January 2002 This third edition of our Palm OS app building series brings us to the employment of conduits for moving data to and from Palm OS devices. You ll see the advantages to conduits then learn how to install and deploy them. Register for this tutorial After you register you can use your userid and password to access any...

Introduction A Palm Query Application or PQA as they are commonly called is a special type of application for Palm VII devices that allows a user to interact wirelessly with Web content. A PQA takes the concept of interactive Web browsing a step farther by consolidating related static content into an application that can be installed on a Palm VII...

Frank Ableson Writer January 2002 This is the final tutorial in the Palm OS data-collection applications series. It combines all of the skills learned in previous tutorials into a complete working data-collection application. Register for this tutorial After you register you can use your userid and password to access any tutorial on the site without...

by Neil Rhodes and Julie McKeehan Related Reading Palm OS Programming 2nd Edition The Developer s Guide By Neil Rhodes Julie McKeehan Table of Contents Index Sample Chapter Read Online--Safari Editors Note In this third and final excerpt from Palm OS Programming 2nd Edition Neil Rhodes and Julie McKeehan discuss how the operating system...

A Closer Look at the Palm Tungsten   By oreillynet.com
by Wei-Meng Lee 01 30 2003 Palm recently released the Tungsten T . After spending some time with this new Palm OS 5 device I have to say this is one of the most exciting offerings I ve seen from Palm in quite a while. The first striking feature of the Tungsten is its slider design. The outside of the slider features four buttons--Date Book Address...

Programming Palm OS Notifications   By developer.com
By Alex Gusev Preface As we discussed in the previous article a Palm OS application may interact with other inhabitants of a PDA device by using launch codes Exchange Manager or Local Exchange Library general Palm OS notifications if Notification Feature Set is available or a Helper API. It may be difficult to decide which of them to use for...

Frank Ableson Writer December 2001 Advancing from the previous tutorial in this Palm OS series which has you adept at building environments you are now ready to work on communications and database programming skills. Give it a go with the two sample applications you ll work on here. Register for this tutorial After you register you can use your userid...

Frank Ableson Writer December 2001 Expanding on the previous introductory article to Palm OS coding this first tutorial of the Palm OS series goes into the entire build cycle of a complete application. Get build environment tips here too and in the end you ll be prepped for the next tutorial on advanced Palm OS programming. Register for this tutorial...

By Alex Gusev Go to page 1 2 3 4 Next The previous article told about Serial Manager. Now we ll discuss how to develop network applications in a Palm OS environment. Obviously we won t cover all available API calls but will try to highlight the most common flow. Net Library Architecture Distant Glance The Network Library can be naturally divided...

by Neil Rhodes and Julie McKeehan Chapter 5 Structure of an Application Before you can write a Palm application you need to know how it interacts with the OS and how it is organized. Prior to this discussion we cover the standard terminology and naming conventions within the Palm OS. Once you know what the words mean we can talk about the application...

By Alex Gusev Go to page 1 2 Next Resource Types Before diving into the Palm OS resource managemnent stuff take a look at what you are going to manage. The following table describes the main resource types available in Palm OS Constant Value Description strRsc tSTR String resource ainRsc tAIN Application Icon Name resource iconType tAIB Icon...

PQA and Web Clipping Basics   By wirelessdevnet.com
As was mentioned earlier the PQA is the actual application installed on the Palm VII computing device. Web clippings are the result of requests sent from the PQA to an Internet server. The reader will be relieved to know that both PQAs and Web clippings are both authored completely in HTML resulting in about a 15-minute learning curve five of which...

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