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Bill CarmadaWrite C? Want to reach millions of enthusiastic technology users who aren't already overwhelmed with too many applications? Write for 3Com's Palm Computing (PalmPilot) Platform. Of course, you'll have to write tiny apps for a tiny screen, and make 'em speedy (PalmPilot users are busy folk). You'll also need to think different, as a somewhat less successful PDA manufacturer might put it. One book gives you both the skills and the mindset you need to succeed: Palm Programming: The Developer's Guide.
Understand the structure of a Palm Computing application including forms and form objects, databases, menus, tables and other key elements. Master the tradeoffs associated with Palm development including crucial memory management techniques. Prototype and debug a sample application then learn how to build conduit software that integrates Palm devices with Windows-based desktops. You'll find lots of code throughout-and the CD-ROM contains a demo version of CodeWarrior for Palm OS, the GNU PalmPilot SDK, plus other valuable developer's tools. An outstanding resource for a terrific platform.
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