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You can use the Object Exchange (OBEX) protocol to send data back and forth between various mobile devices even with different OSes. Learn how you can embed such features into your own applications.
Any system faces situations when it needs to inform the user that something significant has happened or a specific time is reached. Different communication drivers and alarms provide a good example of such cases. Learn what can you do in your Palm OS applications to get a user's attention in similar tasks.
Discover how the Palm OS Expansion Manager, along with Virtual File System Manager, empowers your application with relatively full control on data stored on various cards and peripheral devices.
Learn how to manage a large amount of data stored on the expansion cards of your Palm OS device. Applications developed to work with the Virtual File System Manager will grant additional power in terms of their capabilities. Why should you miss it?
With new Palm OS devices, you can use a lot of different expansion cards to store data and applications and interface to various peripheral hardware. Learn how to take advantage of this amazing option to 'expand' your own programs.
Floating point operations are the one of the biggest pains under Palm OS. Even though it's getting better with new OS versions, it is still a good point to be confused. Learn what Palm OS offers you in floating point math support.
Yes, the article's title is correct! Palm OS does windows and allows you to manage them. Learn how to use these capabilities to develop game applications or to give your application a new look and feel.
Most applications have resources. The Palm OS Data Manager provides the programmer with powerful and suitable APIs to manipulate resources. This article overviews utilizing resources for your applications.
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Create applications that may connect to the Internet or an intranet. Learn how to determine an asynchronous way of data transfer over the Internet.
Learn how to create applications that may connect to the Internet or an intranet. Take a look at typical scenarios that often occur in programming practice.
Learn the ways your PDA may talk to the rest of the world using the IR library.
Learn the ways your PDA may talk to the rest of the world. This second article in a new cycle hightlitghtes some aspects of how to work with network library.
Learn how your PDA can talk to the rest of the world! This first article in this series shows you some handy tips for serial communications usage.
Learn how to create custom controls under Palm OS
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Tables (or grids) are very useful controls when you need to display and edit multiple data columns. Discover some aspects of custom table development under the Palm OS.
The Palm OS's user interface doesn't allow beaming of an arbitrary database; however, it'd be nice for your program to offer such functionality.
Mixing PalmSource SDKs with Borland C++BuilderX, the two companies say they can help fight the rising tide of Microsoft PowerPC devices.
Yet another method of communications between Palm OS applications.
Learning how to programmatically communicate to other applications under the Palm OS.
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What do you mean... native Palm OS databases don't support SQL at all?!? Discover how to work around that small problem in order to sort and search your records on your Palm.