Thursday, 11 June 2009

Nokia Introduces Nokia WRT plug-ins for Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Visual Studio and Aptana Studio

Nokia today introduced three mobile development tools for desktop designers and developers of Internet content, enabling the quick and easy conversion of standard web code and scripting languages into new mobile applications and services.

The Nokia Web Runtime Extension for Adobe Dreamweaver, Nokia WRT plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio and the newly updated WRT plug-in 2.0 for Aptana Studio let large numbers of web developers and designers using HTML, CSS, JavaScript(TM), Ajax code and other standards-based technologies immediately extend their existing web content to the mobile channel through the fast and efficient creation of mobile widget applications.

Nokia’s WRT is built on the same open-source, industry standard WebKit project environment used by Web Browser for S60, Nokia’s full-HTML browser for the latest devices running on Nokia’s S60 platform.

Additionally, within the next 30 days, Nokia will localize the WRT Extension for Adobe Dreamweaver and the Nokia WRT plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio, offering multi-language support for developer tools for the first time. The tools will be available in eight languages, including traditional and simplified Chinese, English, Germany, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish for developers around the world.

Currently supporting more than two dozen of the most popular Nokia devices available in markets worldwide, all three of the new Nokia WRT plug-ins can be used to create widgets projects for all S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2 devices and onward, as well as all S60 5th Edition devices. WRT plug-ins also support select S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 devices, with a firmware upgrade via a Nokia software updater necessary to install WRT on some devices.


aRai said...


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