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AppForge Crossfire Development Kit for the Sony Ericsson P900
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 20:47 | Tags Filed under: News

AppForge Crossfire Development Kit for the Sony Ericsson P900
With this development kit, you receive everything you need to quickly start developing for Sony Ericsson smartphones, and immediately be able to test your application on a real device.

AppForge MobileVB enables Visual Basic application developers to target Symbian OS based phones. It is the quickest way for you as a Visual Basic developer to use your existing skills to develop robust mobile applications for the Sony Ericsson P800 and P900.

The Sony Ericsson P900 is based on the powerful Symbian OS v7.1 and the pen-based user interface UIQ v2.1.

This bundled package offers everything that a Microsoft programmer needs to get started. The package contains the Crossfire boxed product from AppForge, a Sony Ericsson P900 smartphone, a power converter, and other useful materials.

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