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How to Develop Applications for Nokia N97 with SDK v0.5


How to Develop Applications for Nokia N97 with SDK v0.5




If you are a developer who wants to create applications for the Nokia N97, one of the most popular Symbian smartphones, you will need to use the Nokia N97 SDK v0.5. This software development kit (SDK) provides you with all the key resources needed for application development, such as documentation, API reference, examples, and an emulator[^1^].




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The Nokia N97 SDK v0.5 enables you to run your applications in an emulator that provides the updated Symbian UI style. You can also test your applications on a real device using the Carbide.c++ IDE, which is not included in the SDK. The SDK supports the development of applications using Qt, C++, Java technology, and web technology[^1^].


To download the Nokia N97 SDK v0.5, you can visit the Internet Archive website[^2^], where you can find a collection of Nokia and Symbian SDKs and development tools. You will need to register with a Nokia forum username and license key to install the SDK. Alternatively, you can also find some other sources of download on the web[^3^] [^4^], but be careful about the reliability and security of these sites.


Once you have installed the Nokia N97 SDK v0.5, you can start developing your applications using your preferred language and framework. You can also refer to the online documentation and tutorials provided by Nokia for more guidance and tips. You can also add your application to the Nokia Store, where there are plenty of Nokia software offerings, including your own application[^1^].


Developing applications for Nokia N97 with SDK v0.5 is a great way to explore the potential of this powerful smartphone and reach a large audience of users. Whether you want to create games, utilities, productivity tools, or anything else, you can use the Nokia N97 SDK v0.5 to make it happen.


In this article, we will show you some examples of applications that you can create for Nokia N97 with SDK v0.5. These applications demonstrate the versatility and functionality of the Nokia N97 and the SDK v0.5.


Example 1: Weather Widget




A weather widget is a useful application that displays the current weather conditions and forecasts for your location or any other place you choose. You can create a weather widget for Nokia N97 using Qt, which is a cross-platform application and UI framework. Qt allows you to create rich and responsive user interfaces with native look and feel. You can also use Qt WebKit to integrate web content into your widget.


To create a weather widget for Nokia N97 with SDK v0.5, you will need to use the Qt Creator IDE, which is included in the Qt SDK. You will also need to use the Nokia N97 emulator or a real device to test your widget. You can follow the steps below to create a simple weather widget:


  • Create a new Qt Widget project in Qt Creator and name it WeatherWidget.



  • Add a QWebView widget to your main window and set its size and position.



  • Add a QComboBox widget to your main window and populate it with some city names.



  • Add a QNetworkAccessManager object to your main window and connect its finished signal to a slot that loads the weather data into the QWebView.



  • In the slot, use QNetworkReply to read the weather data from an online API, such as OpenWeatherMap or Weather Underground.



  • Use QJsonDocument to parse the weather data and extract the relevant information, such as temperature, humidity, wind speed, etc.



  • Use QWebFrame to access the DOM of the QWebView and insert the weather information into the HTML elements.



  • Connect the currentIndexChanged signal of the QComboBox to a slot that requests new weather data based on the selected city.



  • Build and run your project in the Nokia N97 emulator or on a real device.



You should see a weather widget that looks something like this:


```html


Weather Widget




London


New York


Tokyo


Paris


Sydney


15ÂC


Cloudy


Humidity: 75%


Wind: 10 km/h


```


Example 2: Calculator App




A calculator app is another useful application that performs basic arithmetic operations on numbers. You can create a calculator app for Nokia N97 using C++, which is a general-purpose programming language that offers low-level control and high-level abstraction. C++ allows you to create fast and efficient applications with direct access to hardware resources. You can also use Symbian C++ APIs to interact with the Nokia N97 platform features.


To create a calculator app for Nokia N97 with SDK v0.5, you will need to use the Carbide.c++ IDE, which is not included in the SDK. You will also need to use the Nokia N97 emulator or a real device to test your app. You can follow the steps below to create a simple calculator app:


  • Create a new Symbian OS C++ Application project in Carbide.c++ and name it CalculatorApp.



  • Add four buttons to your main view and label them as +, -, x, and /.



  • Add two text boxes to your main view and set their input mode to numeric.



  • Add another text box to your main view and set its input mode to read-only.



  • Add four command buttons to your menu bar and label them as Clear, Equals, Exit, and About.



  • Add an event handler for each button in your main view and implement the logic for each arithmetic operation.



  • Add an event handler for each command button in your menu bar and implement the logic for each command.



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