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Asha UI Component Demos

This Java ME application is a MIDlet suite consisting of demos that show how to use LCDUI components on Nokia Asha software platform 1.0. Designers get an impression of how the components actually look like on the phone, and developers can see how the UI components are used in an application by examining the source code. The various examples are implemented as independent MIDlets.

The MIDlet suite contains examples of the following components:

  • Lists, demonstrating various List types. In some lists custom implementation is used to provide improved support for softkeys and Action button 1.
  • Text, demonstrating TextField.
  • Dialogs, demonstrating different kinds of Alerts.
  • Canvas, demonstrating different ways of presenting the Canvas.
  • Form, demonstrating different Form items, including CustomItem components.
  • Categories, demonstrating the CategoryBar with different amounts of categories. In touch and type and non-touch devices, an additional view has been implemented to show categories instead of the category bar.
  • Ticker, demonstrating the Ticker item in Displayables.
  • Confirmation, demonstrating the confirmation process.
  • Empty content, demonstrating the ways to handle situations where a view does not have any real content yet.
  • Multiple items, demonstrating multiselection for positive selection or for deletion of items.
  • Zoom, demonstrating different ways of zooming images.
  • Add new, demonstrating how to generate and display new Form Items on the fly.
  • Interdependent, demonstrating how a Form can dynamically adjust itself based on user input.
  • Keypads, demonstrating different keypad layouts available for different text input needs.
  • Menus, demonstrating how to use context menus and action #2 menu items.

This example application demonstrates:

  • Different UI components and patterns that can be used in Nokia Asha phones.
  • How to accommodate different input methods in an application.

The application is hosted in GitHub: https://github.com/nokia-developer/nokia-asha-ui-component-demos

For more information on the implementation, visit Java Developer's Library: http://developer.nokia.com/Resources/Library/Java/#!developers-guides/ui-graphics-and-interaction/example-asha-ui-component-demos.html

1. Prerequisites

  • Java ME basics

2. Design considerations

This example application was created to demonstrate the UI components and does not have any actual engine implementation.

3. Known issues

In Nokia Asha software platform 1.0, MIDlet icons are distorted in the MIDletSuite main view.

4. Build and installation instructions

The example has been created with Nokia Asha SDK 1.0. To open the project in the SDK, select File -> New -> MIDlet Project. Insert the project name, e.g. "AshaUIComponentDemos". Then select "Create project from existing source” and browse to the folder you have the project in. Click Finish. To run in the emulator, select “Run As | Emulated Java ME MIDlet”. You can either select any of the MIDlets, or you can run the MIDletSuite by pressing OK.

You can install the application on a phone by transferring the .jar file in Mass storage mode, with Nokia Suite or over Bluetooth. Locate the file with file browser and tap to install. Then find the application icon in the application menu and tap it to launch.

5. Compatibility

Nokia Asha software platform 1.0. Tested on Nokia Asha 501. Developed with Nokia Asha SDK 1.0.

6. Version history

  • 1.2 Minor modifications to the StringItems example. Published in the Nokia Asha SDK 1.0 and on Nokia Developer Web site.
  • 1.1 Added Menus example
  • 1.0.1 Updated icons
  • 1.0 Initial release.
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