RAPI2 Managed Library - A managed wrapper to access the features exposed by the COM interfaces for the Remote API 2. These classes allow the developer to access information, files, and the registry on a mobile device connected through ActiveSync from desktop applications.
What's New in This Release:
· Adds new test UI.
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Fire j2meSymbian OS, Pocket PC, Palm, Series 60, Series 80, Series 90, UIQ, BlackBerry, Sharp Zaurus, Linux, Smartphone, MaemoVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 5 Jul 11 Tags: Programming & Development
Fire j2me is a library that aims to provide a set of easy-to-use extendable components to J2ME developers.
The basic set of Fire components offer all the functionality of the J2ME GUI components provided in the midp2 profile (Forms, Items etc.) plus a much more appealing user interface, themes, animations, popup menus, and better component layout
Libsssd is a cross-platform, integer-based audio library designed for interactive applications and games on small devices such as smartphones/PDAs
Libsssd currently supports Linux (OSS, ESD), Win32, WinCE Intent/AmigaDE (hosted), and Symbian S60
Instant Mobile Website Creation - Software for Instant Mobile Website Creation. Download this free software and create an unlimited number of mobile websites and be part of the mobile revolution that takes place on the internet right now. The software allows you to produce as many pages and subpages as you like
Alnet VDRC are a family of professional client applications designed for remote communication and management of all Alnet digital video recording systems.
Without major problems we are able to connect with VDRS-PC Based DVR and NetStation - IP Video Surveillance Software.
There are two versions of VDRC made for PC
DynRIL - The Radio Interface Layer (RIL) provides an interface that handles the communication between the CellCore system software and the radio hardware. The DynRIL is a powerful wrapper that makes the job of phone applications developers much easier, regardless of the language used
MortScript interprets a (quite) simple batch language. If you know .bat files in DOS or shell scripts: it's something like that. Its focus is to remote control or launch other applications, not to write real applications. I.e., you can't do complex dialogs or graphics with it