Nokia World and Nokia Developer Summit 2010 event is now over and I need to say that it was a great event! Lots of exciting news and devices were announced during the event, lots of inspiring sessions and great people from all over the world. I finally had the opportunity to meet in person some of the people behind Forum Nokia as well as many other Forum Nokia Champions.
Finally, take a look at the cool devices announced during the event: S40 Touch and Type Devices and three new Symbian^3 smartphones. You can find some pictures of the event here. Ah, I was forgetting a small thing: Nokia greeted us with a pre-commercial N8-00. Thank you Nokia!
This year The Nokia Developer Summit and Nokia World will take place at ExCeL London, Sept 14-15. Nokia will run both events bringing together people from every part of the global mobile community for an even richer event, with insights into every aspect of the mobile industry.
This is a great opportunity for every mobile developer. I'll attend both events thanks to Forum Nokia! See you there.
(via Alessandro) - The Forum Nokia Online Flash Lite Packager is back LIVE! This is a great news for Flash mobile developers since it proves that Nokia's interest for Flash technologies is still high.
The Forum Nokia Online Flash Lite Packager provides Flash developers with a simple and convenient way to package Flash Lite applications into SIS files for installation on Nokia S60 devices. By packaging Flash Lite content in this way, the application is installed as though it is a native Symbian application. The user can then run the application from an icon in the device's Applications menu. In addition, the packager will sign the SIS file with a developer's Symbian Publisher ID. Such signed files can then be Express Signed and submitted for publication in Ovi Store.
For more information, please read the Forum Nokia Online Flash Lite Packager Guide.
(via MobileCrunch) - The first videos of Symbian 4 have just been released for public consumption:
And I must agree with the following comment:
The first videos of Symbian^4 have just been released for public consumption, and we can’t help but notice that they seem very.. uninspired. Actually, perhaps that’s inaccurate. They’re very inspired. Directly inspired. By the competition.