Palm OS Cobalt Programming from the Ground Up

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 - Computers - 314 pages
This resource offers a tutorial-based approach providing you with the foundational skills needed to build real-world applications for the latest Palm OS version, 4.0. Learn about using multiple databases and color, plus discover new controls and everything about porting. Create effective user interfaces and find out programming tricks the professionals use. The CD-ROM includes complete source code of the sample programs from the text, with all programs running in all platforms, and Metrowerks CodeWarrior version 7, the most popular environment for building Palm applications.

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Contents

Creating a Palm OS Application
13
Fields Menus and Alerts
23
Applications and Forms
53
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Robert Mykland is a master applications developer and high technology entrepreneur with a broad technical background. He is an expert Palm OS developer, and is one of the few people worldwide certified by Palm Computing, Inc. to teach developers Palm OS. He has spent considerable time recently connecting to the top 20 databases using ODBC, JDBC, and OleDB. Using his expertise with C++ he has developed numerous major applications for Windows, the Power Macintosh, and UNIX. He has done groundbreaking work in Internet technologies, text recognition, multitasking and multiprocessing operating systems, and control systems. He has participated in seven high-technology startups. He holds a bachelor's degree in Physics from UC Berkeley.

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