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  • The BlackBerry platform also provides a standards-based platform and developer tools, which allow the development and deployment of custom wireless applications. With an HTML web browser, rich Java® development tools and seamless integration with existing .NET and Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE), application servers, the BlackBerry platform can be leveraged by developers, including Independent Software Vendors, third-party System Integrators and in-house corporate developers**. Because the BlackBerry platform supports standard networking protocols and seamless connectivity to the Internet or corporate intranet, existing server-side applications can be easily extended to BlackBerry smartphones using a thin-client or thick-client model. These applications can be written in a variety of programming languages, including .NET, Java, Web Services, C# and .ASP/.JSP.
  • developers can quickly create rich-client applications using a component-based drag and drop approach. It supports XML Web Services and service-oriented architectures for integration and interoperability between mobile applications and existing enterprise applications and back-end systems.Java / Java ME application for blackberry
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  • 1 Interactive Pervasive Computing Peter CH Kwok
  • CHAPTER XCHAPTER X Operation System (OS) and Software of Pervasive Devices 1-2
  • Chapter ContentChapter Content • Symbian OS – S60, S80 and UIQ platform • Palm OS Platform • Windows Mobile Platform • Iphone/Mac OS/Safari Browser • BlackBerry OS Platform • Androrid Platform • Mobile Browser - Safari, NetFront and Opera • Java SE and Java ME Platform 1-3 View slide
  • Symbian OS - BackgroundSymbian OS - Background • Symbian OS is used by leading mobile phone manufacturers • As a Descendant of Psion's EPOC OS • Run exclusively on ARM processors • Symbian company is currently owned by Ericsson, Panasonic, Siemens, Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Samsung • Symbian Ltd provide reference implementation of related development libraries, user interface, and common tools 1-4 View slide
  • Design of Symbian OSDesign of Symbian OS • Smartphone platform based on Symbian OS - UIQ, Nokia’s S60, S80, S90 and NTT Docomo’s FOMA • Adopt to different Smartphone Form Factor • Based on EPOC, with similar desktop OS features – pre-emptive multi-tasking, multi- threading and memory protection • Designed for handheld device, can operate several months without reboot • Symbian Version 6.x (Nokia 7650, 3650) 7.x, 8.x and 9.x (Nokia N95) 1-5
  • Devices of Symbian OSDevices of Symbian OS • Nokia S80 - Nokia 9210 Communicator, 9300 and 9500 Communicator • UIQ  SonyEricsson P800, P900, P990, W950 and P1i, Motorola’s A920, A1000, BenQ P30, P31, Nokia 6708.etc • Nokia S60  Latest version is S60 3.0 – Nokia N73, Nokia N95, Nokia N82. etc • S90 – Nokia 7710 • FOMA platform – by Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Sony Ericsson and Sharp in NTT Docomo in Japan 1-6
  • Nokia S60 ArchitectureNokia S60 Architecture 1-7
  • Symbian OS - DevelopmentSymbian OS - Development • The native language of the Symbian OS is C++ • UIQ Platform – with UIQ SDK (latest version 3.x)  http://developer.uiq.com/devtools_uiqsdk.html • S60 Platform –  previous versions of Symbian OS, the commercial IDE CodeWarrior for Symbian OS was favoured  Nokia buy CodeWarrior and develop the Carbide.C++ IDE tools  Carbide.C++ is offered in 4 different versions: Express (free), Developer, Professional, and OEM,  Visual Studio with the support of Carbide.vs add-ons 1-8
  • Symbian OS - DevelopmentSymbian OS - Development • Symbian OS applications need to find a route to customers' mobile phones. They are packaged in SIS files which may be installed over-the-air, via PC connect or in some cases via Bluetooth or memory cards • SISx application deploy file in Symbian OS 9.x, because any application wishing to have any capabilities beyond the bare minimum must be signed via the Symbian Signed program. 1-9
  • Symbian OS –Symbian OS – Other Type of DevelopmentsOther Type of Developments • Many Symbian OS devices can also be programmed in OPL, Python, Visual Basic , Simkin, and Perl – • Java - Java ME and PersonalJava flavors of Java • Adobe Flash lite application 1-10
  • Palm OS (Garnet OS)Palm OS (Garnet OS) • Once owned by Palm Computing Inc, now sold to Japan Company Access  http://www.access-company.com/ • Earliest version of Palm OS application are installed on the RAM and then executed directly • Processor - Palm OS 5 support ARM processor and the palm application compatibility Environment (PACE) emulator allow support for the legacy “Dragonball” processor • The native language of the Palm OS is C++ 1-11
  • Palm OS DevelopmentPalm OS Development • Palm/Core Garnet SDK can be download in Access Development Network  http://www.accessdevnet.com/ • Palm/Garnet Desktop SDK - enable developer to extends the desktop software • Once we use CodeWarrior Development Studio for Palm OS 5 (now CodeWarrior is stopped) • A Java Run time Environment is also available for the Palm OS platform, but is non-official tools 1-12
  • Windows Mobile 5Windows Mobile 5 • Powered by Windows CE 5.0 and used the Dot Net Compact Framework 1.0 SP2 — an environment for programs based on .NET • Windows Mobile 5.0 included Microsoft Exchange Server’s push functionality improvements that worked with Exchange 2003 SP2 • New version of Office Mobile – Mobile Word, Mobile Excel and Mobile PowerPoint 1-13
  • Windows Mobile 6Windows Mobile 6 • Windows Mobile 6 is powered by Windows CE 5.2 and is strongly linked to Windows Live and Microsoft Exchange 2007 products. • AJAX, JavaScript and XMLDOM support on Internet Explorer Mobile • Dot Net Compact Framework 2.0 SP Preinstalled • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition Preinstalled in ROM • HTML Email support in Outlook Mobile 1-14
  • Version of Windows MobilesVersion of Windows Mobiles Windows Mobile 5 Windows Mobile 6 Pocket PC without Mobile Phone Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Windows Mobile Professional Smartphone Windows Mobile 5.0 for Smartphone Windows Mobile Standard Pocket PC with Mobile Phone Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition Windows Mobile Classic 15
  • Windows Mobile DevelopmentWindows Mobile Development • Microsoft Visual C++ for native code development • Dot Net Compact Framework for managed code development – running on windows CE devices • Tools to develop  Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or  Visual Studio 2008  Windows Mobile 6 Professional SDK  Windows Mobile Pocket PC SDK 1-16
  • Iphone and Ipod Touch OSIphone and Ipod Touch OS ArchitectureArchitecture • Iphone OS runs on the iPhone and iPod Touch • A variant of the same basic Mach Keral found in Mac OS 10 • Software component “Core Animation” and the “PowerVR” MBX 3D Hardware, responsible for the smooth animations used in its interface • ARM-based processor • Multi-touch display of 320×480 resolutions, application can be developed based on its multi- touch technology 1-17
  • Iphone and Ipod DeveloperIphone and Ipod Developer ProgramProgram • The iPhone Developer Program provides a complete and integrated process for developing, debugging, and distributing application for Iphone and Ipod  https://developer.apple.com/iphone/program/ • Apply as a member  Standard Developer $99  Enterprise Developer $299 • The Iphone SDK only run in Mac OX X Leopard 1-18
  • Web Application withWeb Application with Iphone and Ipod TouchIphone and Ipod Touch • Develop Iphone and Ipod application running on Safari web browser  http://developer.apple.com/webapps/ • Features of the Safari browser  Auto resize of webpage to fit the browser’s size  Multi-touch features  XHTML 1.0, CSS 2.1, JavaScript, W3C DOM Level 2, AJAX Technology  Support cookies  DOES NOT SUPPORT Flash or Java 1-19
  • Web Application withWeb Application with Iphone and Ipod TouchIphone and Ipod Touch • Iphone web application is characterize by  minimizes the user’s awareness of the browser experience – don’t have to use Safari’s browser buttons  An iPhone application reproduces the control style, layout, and behavior of the built-in iPhone applications  An iPhone application integrates with built-in iPhone features and services. 1-20
  • BlackBerry OSBlackBerry OS • BlackBerry OS is the proprietary operating system made by Research in Motion for their BlackBerry line of handhelds. It provides multi- tasking, and makes heavy use of the device's specialized input devices, particularly the thumbwheel • The current OS 4 provides a subset of MIDP 2.0 • Developers can write software using these APIs, and proprietary BlackBerry APIs as well • Application are digitally signed – associated the developer 1-21
  • BlackBerry SoftwareBlackBerry Software • Integrated up to 10 to Push Email from BlackBerry, Microsoft Exchange, Domino, Yahoo and other email systems, viewing attachments of Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint • BlackBerry Browser – only support JavaScript • BlackBerry Maps • Facebook services • Yahoo Messager, Google Talks • Calendar, Address Book and PIM Sync via USB • GPS • BlackBerry Games 1-22
  • BlackBerry Wireless PlatformBlackBerry Wireless Platform • BlackBerry offers leading wireless solutions, providing access to a wide range of applications on a variety of BlackBerry smartphones • provides a standards-based platform and developer tools, which allow the development and deployment of custom wireless applications  HTML web browser  Java ME development tools  .NET application • Support standard networking protocols – connect to any kind of server applications 1-23
  • BlackBerry Mobile Data SystemBlackBerry Mobile Data System 1-24  BlackBerry MDS support Microsoft Exchanges, Lotus Domino, Novell GroupWire and BlackBerry’s own MDS system for messaging application
  • BlackBerry Internet ServicesBlackBerry Internet Services • BlackBerry Internet Service leverages centrally hosted wireless gateways, allowing users to access up to 10 supported email accounts and Internet browsing 1-25
  • BlackBerry Developer ToolsBlackBerry Developer Tools • BlackBerry MDS Studio  developers can quickly create rich-client applications using a component-based drag and drop approach (require MDS runtime) • BlackBerry Plug-in for Visual Studio  Development on MDS platform • BlackBerry Java Development Environment (JDE)  A IDE and Simulation Tools for Java ME application for Java-based BlackBerry to develop standalone or client-server apps. 26
  • Android –Android – Mobile Phone OS ProjectMobile Phone OS Project 1-27 • Android is a software development platform for mobile phone based on the Linux OS • Developed by Google and the Open Handset Alliance for different mobile phone manufacturer • Features • 3D - OpenGL ES 1.0 • SQLite - for data storage • WebKit - web browser • Dalvik - Java Virtual Machine • FreeType - Bitmap and Vector Images • Connectivity - BlueTooth, Wi-Fi, GPS
  • Android SoftwareAndroid Software • Core applications  Email client, SMS program, calendar, maps(googles), browser, contacts, and others.  written using the Java programming language • Application Framework  Full access to the same framework APIs  Architecture is designed to simplify the reuse of components • Runtime  Core C++ library  Multiple Java (Dalvik) Virtual Machine (VM) running in process 1-28
  • Android ArchitectureAndroid Architecture 1-29
  • AndroidAndroid Software Development Kit (SDK)Software Development Kit (SDK) • Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language • Download Android SDK Core  http://code.google.com/android/download.html • To Develop with Eclipse IDE, we can add the plugin - Android Development Tools (ADT)  https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/ 1-30
  • Android – Development ToolsAndroid – Development Tools 1-31
  • Adobe Flash LiteAdobe Flash Lite • Adobe Flash is the most successful interactive multimedia tools to deliver web contents • Flash Lite – lightweight version for mobile devices • Port flash application and game to mobile platform with the minimum effort – only require effort for correct Visual Design for small screen • Features  ActionScript – game logic and business logic  Connectivity - XML, media file and HTTP request  Persistent Storage – save data  Flash Video – support FLV document  Cross Platform – support by different handset brands1-32
  • Adobe Flash Lite - VersionsAdobe Flash Lite - Versions Flash 1.1 Flash Lite 2.1 Flash Lite 3.0 Flash Video (FLV) Yes Dynamic Media File Import Yes Yes Flash Version Compatible Flash 4 or before Flash 7 or before Flash 8 or before ActionScript ActionScript 1.0 ActionScript 1.0 2.0 (Flash 7 or before) ActionScript 1.0 2.0 (Flash 8.0 ore before) Persistent Storage Yes Yes XML support Yes Yes 1-33 • For complete version comparsions • http://www.adobe.com/tw/products/flashlite/version/
  • Adobe Device CentralAdobe Device Central • Adobe’s Flash Lite software management and testing tools – Bundled in Adobe Flash CS3 • Download from web to get information of latest devices 1-34
  • Flash Lite Development -Flash Lite Development - challengeschallenges • Memory – at most 1.5M to 2M Runtime RAM • Display – 176 x220 or 240x320(QVGA) small resolutions • Processor – ARM9 or even slower processor • Diversity – support handset of different resolutions, different vendor and hardware, in one single files • Limited Flash Content Size - 100K for Flash lite 1.1, 400K for Flash Lite 2.0 1-35
  • Flash Lite – Supported DevicesFlash Lite – Supported Devices • Windows Mobile /Pocket PC  Get Flash Player for Pocket PC (Flash 7) • http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer_pocketpc • Symbian S60 devices  Some S60 devices such as Nokia N95, N82 has pre-installed Flash Lite 1.1/2.x  Get Latest Flash Lite 3.0 • http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashlite3 • Symbian FOMA Devices in Japan • Sony Ericsson Classic mobile phones 1-36
  • Java ME PlatformJava ME Platform • Java as one of the most popular programming platform • Java is not a mobile phone OS, but run as a platform on top of many mobile phone OSs  Symbian OS  Windows CE/Windows Mobile  BlackBerry OS  Palm OS 1-37
  • Java ME ArchitectureJava ME Architecture 1-38
  • Java ME ArchitectureJava ME Architecture 1-39
  • ReferencesReferences • Symbian Developer Network  http://developer.symbian.com/main/index.jsp • Symbian OS  http://www.symbian.com • S60 Platform  http://www.s60.com • UIQ Developer Community  http://developer.uiq.com/devtools_uiqsdk.html • Open GL ES  http://www.khronos.org/opengles/ 40
  • ReferencesReferences • Access Garnet Platform  http://www.accessdevnet.com/index.php/Garnet- OS/Garnet-OS.html • I Phone Developer Program  http://developer.apple.com/iphone/program/ • Desiging Content for Iphone and Ipod Touch  http://developer.apple.com/webapps/designingcontent .php • Black Berry Developer Program  http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/  http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/started/tools. jsp#mds 1-41
  • ReferencesReferences • NetFront mobile browser  http://jp.access- company.com/products/clientsuite/clientsuite.html • Android  http://code.google.com/android/index.html • Adobe Flash Lite Introduction  http://www.adobe.com/tw/products/flashlite/ • Sample Flash Lite Application  http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/index.cfm? event=productHome&exc=12&loc=en_us 1-42
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