Friday, July 18, 2008
Monday, July 7, 2008
We have tried to integrate everything about Python for S60 on croozeus.com ! Many of you might have known about my tutorials on Pys60 at my Home Page - http://croozeus.googlepages.com/py60 ; here we have just tried to make it more better for the new developers as well as advanced developers. The tutorials are freshly prepared and in a more organized manner to learn Pys60 with ease ! The tutorials are simple, extensive and contain code snippets of almost all the modules as well as some third party extensions that may be required for addition features.Moreover we have also introduced some new concepts like "Pys60 Talks" and "Pys60 Applications". These added sections will only allow the developers to widen their knowledge about Python for S60.
PyS60 Talks would be an interactive session which would be held online where Pys60 developers can meet and share their ideas. The first Pys60 Talks session would be announced in a few days.
Pys60 Applications is a section where every ten days, we feature one standalone application in Python for S60 (with source code), so that other developers may learn from these !
You can read more about all the features of croozeus.com on the this page.
Friday, May 23, 2008
Handy Taskman seems to be a good utility, Don't forget to watch a demo of the application here.
You can also visit My Forum Nokia Blog to read my other posts.
Monday, April 7, 2008
Thursday, April 3, 2008
I knew that the site was under construction and would be coming up soon!
Nice to see the site on !
There is some kind of Lucky draw gonna be held for new members.
Have a look at the Forum Nokia India Site
Saturday, March 29, 2008
On the first look when I picked it, it really seemed more heavy that I thought, but all communicators have that generation drawback :) Its not exactly black niether brown, I feel its in between them, bit like expresso Brown. Well most of the things looked similar to my N95, I was really impressed with the landscape screen and the QWERTY keyboard. It seemed as if working on a palmtop. However the default screen (other than the landscape) disappointed me, I feel its a bit smaller and could it be little bit more big then it could be more helpful.
I installed some applications to see how it differed from my N95 , Firstly I installed ______... Any guesses? ? Of course its our beloved Python for S60 and the Script shell (Unsigned as I did't want to getout of my bed and get it open signed in the middle of the night :) ) And well I was too impressed by the view, Python really looked grand and elegant on the E90 landscape screen, and I straight away took out my N95 to take a photo of it the QWERTY keyboard it feels very good to write python scripts in PED and running and testing it on the device :) Great !
One thing that I say I had bad experience with the E90 is the Opera browser, I installed Opera mini version 4 from the official site and it worked fine on the small screen at first look, but while adding new bookmarks to the browser it always got stuck for a minute or so and then again worked fine. In the Landscape view there were instances when I could see only graphics on the site and no text. So I say I will prefer the default web browser in the E90 rather than opera mini.
But in the N95 I will always go for the opera mini :)
To have a final word on this today, I will state that E90 is a very good device, the best communicator, but bulky, so I won't carry it in regular use, I will prefer the N95, the light sabe, in the daily use and keep the E90 for special corporate occasions :)
Sunday, March 16, 2008
My homepage consists of tutorials, code snippets and News of mobile application development specially for developers and learners of Python for S60.
I had set up my homepage since September 2007 and it expanded very fast. Many people across the globe have befitted from it and will continue to do so.
I have some more good news for Pys60 learners, this time when we port the tutorials on to the server they will be expanded and many real time applications will be added to the same which will help the developers understand how actually applications are made on Pys60.
Those of you who wish to donate to the cause can do so by clicking here.