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Richard Harrison

Symbian OS C++ for Mobile Phones

Volume 2: Programming with Extended Functionality and Advanced Features

€ 53.95


Since publication of Symbian OS C++ for Mobile Phones Vol 1, Symbian’s software engineers have considerably extended the scope and functionality of Symbian OS. Symbian OS C++ for Mobile Phones Vol 2 is your chance to boost your understanding of the advanced features in Symbian OS. This book builds on the foundations of its predecessor, covering some of the pivotal features of Symbian OS in more detail, and describes key new software features – such as the new Multimedia Framework – which are now appearing in the latest phones.

Symbian OS C++ for Mobile Phones Vol 2 describes the interaction between Symbian OS and applications, broadly following the application lifecycle. At each stage – for example, on application startup – it describes what actions take place in the operating system, what it does for the application and what it expects the application to do. The accompanying CD Rom gives you an opportunity to get to grips with Symbian OS v7.0s yourself, using an exclusive version of the newly-released TechView SDK.

Source code is available fromhttp://www.symbian.com/books

Symbian OS is the advanced, customizable operating system licensed by the world's leading mobile phone manufacturers. It is designed for the specific requirements of advanced 2.5G and 3G mobile phones and includes a robust multitasking kernel, integrated telephony support, communications protocols, data management, advanced graphics support, a low level graphical user interface framework and a variety of application engines.


Text in English

Related categories:
Symbian


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword viii
About This Book xi
Innovation Through Openness xiii
About the Authors xvii
Acknowledgements xxi
Symbian OS Fundamentals
1(52)
Object Creation and Destruction
1(5)
Error Handling and Cleanup
6(13)
Naming Conventions
19(4)
Descriptors
23(15)
Active Objects
38(13)
Summary
51(2)
Symbian OS User Interfaces
53(44)
Introduction
53(1)
The Common Framework
54(5)
The Screen Layout
59(6)
Common UI Components
65(21)
UI-specific Components
86(4)
Skins
90(2)
Handling User Input
92(3)
Summary
95(2)
A Running Application
97(28)
Introduction
97(2)
System Calls
99(25)
Summary
124(1)
Using Controls and Dialogs
125(60)
What is a Control?
125(1)
Simple Controls
126(2)
Compound Controls
128(11)
Control Layout
139(2)
Handling Key and Pointer Events
141(8)
Observing a Control
149(3)
Drawing a Control
152(12)
Dialogs
164(8)
More Complex Dialogs
172(6)
Interface Class Usage in Dialogs
178(2)
Custom Controls in Dialogs
180(5)
Views and the View Architecture
185(22)
Controlling Your Application with Views
185(2)
View Architecture Components
187(3)
Implementing Views
190(1)
Creating Views
190(3)
Registering Views
193(2)
Switching Between Views
195(2)
Deregistering Views
197(1)
More on Views
198(3)
View-specific Behavior on UIQ and Series 60 Platforms
201(4)
Summary
205(2)
Files and the Filing System
207(42)
Filing System Services
207(6)
Streams
213(6)
Stores
219(12)
Using .ini Files
231(2)
Resource Files and Bitmaps
233(16)
Multimedia Services
249(66)
The Multimedia Component Architecture
249(2)
The Multimedia Framework (MMF)
251(6)
Using the MMF
257(1)
Using Audio
257(26)
Using Video
283(8)
Controller Framework API
291(5)
Using the ICL
296(13)
Using ECam
309(6)
Comms and Messaging
315(32)
Introduction
315(3)
Overview of Symbian OS Comms Architecture
318(9)
Protocol Support
327(11)
MMS
338(8)
Summary
346(1)
Testing on Symbian OS
347(26)
Code Coverage Analysis
347(4)
Binary Compatibility Tool
351(1)
Test Driver
352(8)
Network Emulator
360(3)
Sampling Profiler
363(5)
Countloc -- Measuring Source Code Size
368(2)
Summary
370(3)
Appendix 1 Example Projects 373(2)
Appendix 2 Symbian OS System Model 375(2)
Appendix 3 Writing Good Symbian OS Code 377(8)
Appendix 4 Developer Resources 385(8)
Appendix 5 Build Process Overview 393(4)
Appendix 6 Specifications of Symbian OS Phones 397(16)
Index 413
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Paperback / softback
462 pagina's
Januari 2004
893 gram
235 x 190 x 28 mm
John Wiley & Sons us

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