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Develop 4 Palm

Develop 4 Palm

Develop 4 Palm

Well my company asks if there is a way to develop a game for palms.
Because there is experience in flash technologies and web games .. well can i 'run' flash through a palm?

Any help would be great
Thanks in advance !!!

RE: Develop 4 Palm

You cannot run Flash on a Palm ( you can on a PocketPC ), but development on the palm to name a few, are MobileVB (appforge.com) , for bout 600$(for personal version), Codewarrior for Palm, for bout a grand, there is like one other one for 1500$

Karl Blessing aka kb244{fastHACK}

RE: Develop 4 Palm

where can i get macromedia flash for pocket pc 2002 to develop flash apps for pocet pc???

RE: Develop 4 Palm

I do believe You can just use the regular flash program. The flash player for PPC plays Destop Flash files.

-God Bless

RE: Develop 4 Palm

Yea pretty much, just keep in mind that PPC is 240x320 screen resolution, give or take the margin in Pocket IE. Macromedia I belive distribute flash for pocket pc ( the plugin for viewing ) , but I got mine from compaq off their software/driver section. far as development, same old tool you been using , just adjusted for the smaller resolution.

Karl Blessing aka kb244{fastHACK}

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