- Category: Computer
- Author: Neil Rhodes and Julie McKeehan
- Pages: : 482 pages
- File type: PDF (355 pages, 173 KB)
Read and download free eBook intituled O’Reilly® Palm OS Programming: The Developer’s Guide in format PDF (355 pages, 173 KB) – : 482 pages created by Neil Rhodes and Julie McKeehan.
The best-selling first edition of this book is still considered the definitive guide for serious Palm programmers; it’s used as the basis of Palm’s own developer training materials. Our expanded second edition promises to set the standard for the next generation of Palm developers.
If you know C or C++, and want to join those who are satisfying the demand for wireless applications, then Palm OS Programming: The Developer’s Guide, Second Edition is the book for you. With expanded coverage of the Palm OS–up to and including the latest version, 4.0–this new edition shows intermediate to experienced C programmers how to build a Palm application from the ground up. There is even useful information for beginners.
Everything you need to write a Palm OS application is here, from user interface design, to coding a handheld application, to writing an associated desktop conduit. All the major development environments are discussed, including commercial products such as Metroworks CodeWarrior, Java-based environments such as Sun KVM and IBM VisualAge Micro Edition, and the Free Software Foundation’s PRC-Tools or GCC. The focus, however, is C programming with CodeWarrior and PRC-Tools.
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