Create your own info-midlet in 15 minuts - without programming! Girtab is a developer tool.
It is difficult to program, develop and optimize a midlet with 2 hundreds of screens. It can be a dictionary or touristic guidebook.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Create your own info-midlet in 15 minuts - without programming! Girtab is a developer tool. A midlet is an applications which works on mobile phone with Java support.
It is difficult to program, develop, debug and optimize a midlet with 2 hundreds of screens. For example it can be a dictionary or touristic guidebook. But with Girtab you can concentrate on contents not a programming.
In Girtab there are many different kinds of screens. With screens like: forms, text screens, lists, graphics and splashes midlet can be constructed.
There are other screens: AnimatedSplash for animations. A Find screen can search through the midlet. A Password screen can secure the midlet. With Form screen have full control over the contents. SendHttp and SendSms screens send queries to the server. Expire screens can limits use of midlet over time. And Sometimes screen simplify adding of advertisements to the midlet.
Whole midlet can be constructed easily. And there is no programming skills needed! Full range of examples is added to the Girtab. You can create info-midlets with information contents like:
- users guide
- small dictionaries
- touristic guidebook
- educational midlets
- information midlets
- short stories
- systems for accessing remote databases
An info-midlet is an integrity solution because it doesn't need any reader or browser. It uses UTF-8 character encoding so there is no need to worry about undreadable signs. Simple - download and use!
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