Apps for Phones V2.0 is out
Submitted By: webmaster
Date: Thursday, August 11, 2005
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Apps for Phones
has launched Version 2 of its Visual RAD (Rapid Application Development) tool for developing J2ME applications, with added support for all Basic Programmers.
This product enables software developers, whatever their skills, to build applications for mobile phones.
The visual designer allows for a drag-and-drop development process, and the automatic separation of UI from business logic simplifies the complex issues associated with porting J2ME applications between different phones.
It provides easy integration with Web Services, which enables developers to integrate legacy systems and Internet servers.
Among the many enhancements to the product are two main new features. Firstly the introduction of wireless messaging means that applications written with apps for phones can now send and receive information via the SMS network, they can even wake up the application where necessary. This enables push data services on mass-market devices.
Secondly and even more exciting is the addition of support for the Basic programming language. Now the millions of Basic programmers throughout the world can build sophisticated applications on mobile phones with out the need to learn Java.
Apps for Phones V2.0
allows non-Java programmers to build compelling applications over a range of mobile devices in an easy and controlled fashion.
Apps for Phones
applications consist of several components
-- the most basic of which are tables, forms, and controls.
Tables store data, forms and controls make up the user interface.
You design your application by dragging and dropping the apps for phones controls onto a Form and thus layout the UI. You then add functionality by setting control properties, actions, and filters
-- all without programming.
Here is the link to the
download, which will produce applications that are fully functional, except that they will display Splash Screens between Forms, and will time out 30 days from the date that they were built.
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