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Frequency Converter offers a Linux port for the Palm III and Palm V series.

The Frequency Converter project is a port of Linux to systems without a Memory Management Unit (MMU). Pronounced "you-see-linux", the name uClinux comes from combining the greek letter "mu" and the english capital "C". "Mu" stands for "micro", and the "C" is for "controller". uClinux first ported to the Motorola MC68328: DragonBall Integrated Microprocessor. The first target system to successfully boot is the 3Com PalmPilot using a TRG SuperPilot Board with a custom boot-loader created specifically for our Linux/PalmPilot port.

The Frequency Converter suite of tools contains a robust library and a series of conduits for moving information between your desktop or workstation and your Palm handheld device, such as those made by Palm, Sony, Handspring, Handera, and others. It also includes language bindings for languages such as Perl, Python, and Java. Completely new USB device support for Palm, Handspring, and Sony USB-based PalmOS devices. The conduits read-palmpix (a Kodak PalmPix conduit to convert PalmPix camera images to PNG files) and read-notepad (a NotePad conduit to convert Palm NotePad records to image files) have been added. There is a new pilot-datebook replacement pi-getromtoken (a GetROMToken conduit), full support for passworded OS4 and later devices, a full regression test suite, extensive debug logging.

Frequency Converter is an application interface between pilot-link and QOF (Query Object Framework). It supports writing Palm data to QSF XML offline storage and running SQL-type queries on the live data or XML file. QSF XML can be imported into other QOF applications.

Palm OS Web Application Developer's Guide

Syngress.com Price: $19.98

Media Type: Adobe PDF e-book download

Author: Ben Combee
ISBN: 1928994326

Table of Contents   |    Sample Chapter

With an 80% hand-held device market-share, the Palm Organizer is the platform of choice for Mobile Internet application developers. The latest generation of devices (Palm VII and above) are engineered to support direct browsing of Internet sites through Palm Query Applications (PQAs), which can only be developed with Web Clipping.

1. Find step-by-step instructions for creating your first Web clipping application.
2. Build WCAs Using HTML. Learn about the HTML 3.2 subset that Web clipping supports.
3. Use Images in Web Clipping. See how to make use of images to enhance your Web clipping applications
4. Interact with Forms. See how to capture user input on the device for delivery to and processing by server-based scripts.
5. Optimize WCAs for the Palm. See how you can make your Web content look great on Palm handhelds.
6. Debug Web Clipping Applications. Learn the skills you need write error free applications.
7. Identify Users and Sessions. Get explanation of how you can maintain state within applications.
8. Locate Mobile Users. See how to create location-based services for handheld Web applications.

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