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LogMan

LogMan

LogMan-is a logging service running on Symbian phones intended for debugging tasks. The service allows one to send messages through a USB serial connection to PC. Other serial connection methods should work also, but are not supported. Infrared(IrComm), for example. On Symbian simulator, the messages are also logged to %TEMP%/epocwind.out by using RDebug logger...

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SuperWaba

SuperWaba

SuperWaba is a VM for PDAs and Smartphones. Because of the way SuperWaba was written, you can use Java to develop for it. Can run in PalmOS, Symbian, Windows CE/PocketPC devices, and in Windows 98/NT/2000/XP, and is fully emulated under JDK and browser. Blackberry port comming soon! SuperWaba 5...

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HTML Control

HTML Control

HTML Control-this open source project provides a CCoeControl derived class which allows Symbian C++ developers to build custom UI or to render simple web page by using HTML and CSS. By using it, you can build complex UI easily even without any knowledge of Symbian drawing APIs. Now you can focus on UI design, without being limited by technology...

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Pymgfetch

Pymgfetch

Pymgfetch- is an external Python module for PyS60. It is a wrapper for the Symbian C++ MGFetch::RunL function and allows you to present a selection dialog to the user, showing the contents of the mobile phone's media gallery. Usage, examples, and installation instructions can be found here...

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Flyer

Flyer

Flyer-Flyer Framework 2 dramatically accelerates the use of advanced native features anywhere. Flyer Framework 2 is based on the Flash Lite (1.1, 2.x, 3...

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