Nokia continues to invite developers to apply to the Open Screen Project Fund to get money to create mobile apps and distribute them in more than 190 countries worldwide via Nokia’s Ovi Store. For more information, or if you know someone that should submit an idea for an app, please visit:http://www.openscreenproject.org/developers/get_started.html
Nokia just announced the top 10 finalists for the Ovi app wizard prize category in the Calling All Innovator 2010 competition. All submissions were reviewed based on the following judging criteria: Innovativeness of the apps, Cumulative number of downloads on July 15th, Quality of your marketing materials. Here the top 10 finalists for the Ovi app wizard prize category:
Lucian Tomuta, from Forum Nokia, has just posted a really informative video showing the Nokia Qt SDK in action. The video shows how easy is to build and test a Qt application on both the desktop Qt simulator and on a real device. The original article is available here.
The Forum Nokia Developer Summit will take place in London – September 14-15. This year the Nokia Developer Summit is held in conjunction with Nokia World. As Nokia’s biggest event, this offers you new opportunities to meet professionals from every part of the mobile industry. You’ll also find big-name guest speakers, business streams, and an
Hi all, what I’ve been into lately is testing some tools for getting a descent cross platform development framework. What I’ve been testing most was PhoneGap, Appcelerator Titanium, Golden Gecko and Whoop. The last 2 are not open platforms neither do they target developers (but rather designers) so I won’t mention them any further. For
Nokia today did a series of announcement, especially targeted towards individual developers, and with the precise aim of lowering the barriers for developing and publishing apps for Nokia devices. The first important announcement is that, starting today, individual developers can register and publish their apps to the Ovi Store, a thing previously allowed to companies
(Via Nokia Conversation) – Nokia just announced 2 new entertainment-oriented devices at Nokia Connection in Singapore: the Nokia X5-01 and the Nokia X6 8GB. The most interesting is the Nokia X5 which plugs part of the gap between the Nokia X3 and Nokia X6, but as you can see from the video above, is a pretty unique
Today, Nokia released the version 1.0 Release Candidate of its unified Qt SDK. This new version also includes the Release Candidate of Qt Creator 2.0. Aside from bug fixing and various improvements, the biggest news in this announcement is that apps for N900 built with this SDK can be finally published to the Ovi Store.
While Qt is destined to become the main technology for future Nokia devices, with Nokia focusing his efforts into its recently released Nokia Qt IDE, Carbide C++ still represents in most cases the primary choice for native Symbian development. Carbide C++ 2.6 has just been released, with the major improvements in the added support for
Nokia published Top 15 Ovi Store Countries (and device in alphabetical order based on visits): China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam.