Symbian OS Communications Programming
Communication lies at the heart of Symbian OS and the
devices that use it. Symbian OS has a powerful and flexible
communications architecture that addresses current
state-of-the-art as well as future functionality. This rich
environment gives developers access to important
technologies such as wireless Bluetooth networks, TCP/IP
networking, infrared data transport, email and SMS
messaging, and WAP content.
Symbian OS Communications Programming is a guide to the Symbian OS communications architecture. It provides developers with authoritative and practical information on the communications models and programming interfaces that are used by Symbian OS, along with illustrative and timely examples.
SOCP covers all transport technologies supported by Symbian OS v6.1 including:serial and infrared communication, TCP/IP network support, Bluetooth, and telephony. Examples show how to take advantage of each technology.
SOCP also provides coverage of content technologies, such as HTML and WAP, and includes an explanation of the Symbian OS messaging architecture. Examples demonstrate the sending and receiving of email and SMS messages and to show the client/server interaction involved in pushing and pulling content to and from servers.
Advanced topic coverage includes the use of the Symbian OS communications database and a review of supported and future synchronization technologies such as SyncML.
This guide is designed for developers who have experience of programming in C++ and are interested in taking advantage of the communications possibilities of Symbian OS. No prior experience with communications programming is assumed.
Source code for all examples available for download from accompanying website.
- Section 1: The Basics of Symbian OS Communication.
- Introduction to the Symbian Communication Architecture.
- Several Introductions to the Architecture Infrastructure.
- Transport Technologies.
- Look at Content Technologies.
- Security and Communication.
- Section 2: Programming using Symbian OS Communication.
- Getting Started with Communications Programming.
- Serial Communications.
- Communicating via Infrared: Serial Communications.
- Using Sockets.
- Communicating via Infrared: Using Sockets.
- Communicating with TCP/IP.
- Bluetooth Communications.
- Sending and Receiving Messages.
- Browsable Content Technologies.
- Section 3: Miscellaneous Topics.
- Synchronization: PLP and SyncML.
- The Communications Database.
- Looking Ahead.
- Appendix A Developer Resources and Bibliography.
L'auteur - Michael J. Jipping
DR MICHAEL J. JIPPING is Associate Professor of Computer
Science at Hope College, Michigan, USA. He is a long-time
member of the Symbian Developer Network, and has been
developing software for Symbian OS for over seven years. He
is actively involved in research on handheld networking and
has co-authored several textbooks on programming
|Auteur(s)||Michael J. Jipping|
|Nb. de pages||398|
|Format||19 x 23,5|
|Intérieur||Noir et Blanc|
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