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By Ben Morris

An specialist creation to Samsung's new cellular platform

Bada is a brand new platform that runs on mass marketplace telephones and allows you to construct state-of-the-art functions for cellular units. As an entry layer, bada has all of the merits of local coding and offers the ability of multi-tasking and multi-threading. This booklet serves as a whole advent to the fascinating functions of bada and exhibits you ways bada deals trade and company prone with server-side help. The authors stroll you thru the whole set of platform APIs and aspect the structure of bada. Code fragments are featured through the ebook in addition to examples that make the most of the entire significant APIs, from sensors to maps and from phonebook to billing.

  • Introduces Samsung's new platform, bada
  • Explains the bada framework, its APIs, and the bada structure
  • Walks you thru how bada is a logically established cellular platform with a purpose to construct intriguing apps for cellular units
  • Features code fragments and various examples that handle the entire significant APIs

realize how bada boasts the richest set of end-to-end carrier, trade, and billing APIs with this publication!

Ben Morris is a contract writer and developer, focusing on cellular software program together with Symbian OS and cellular widgets.

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At any time, exactly one control has focus in the GUI. Focus just means which object is actively updating the display and receiving user and system events. Conceptually, focus belongs to the currently active control of the currently running foreground application. This control receives any input events that occur (and by the way, also initiates redrawing the display). Every control has built-in listeners for the basic event types it recognises. indd 32 8/31/10 12:34 AM8/31/10 12:34 AM Chapter 2 ■ bada Basics 33 Many controls then add their own, control-specific listeners.

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G. daily). ■■ Set up communication channels such that close contact with client and end-users is possible. g. daily stand-up meetings). ■■ Establish and publish team and project rules – such as a communication etiquette or coding standards. ■■ Conduct code reviews or pair programming sessions for core or critical code parts. ■■ Make sure you have efficient knowledge transfer within the team but also to client and user. This may not always be applicable or sensible. Sometimes this knowledge transfer may also be unidirectional.

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