|13 Mar 2010||#1|
Microsoft set to launch beta of Silverlight for Symbian
In March 2008, Microsoft and Nokia announced their commitment to make Silverlight available for certain Nokia phones running the Symbian operating system.
Microsoft is finally ready to make a beta of that code available.
Microsoft briefly posted, then pulled, the download of the beta of the Silverlight for Symbian code on March 11, as well as the associated developer tools for that release.I grabbed the description of the downloads before they were zapped.
From the description of the tools:
“The installable executable file enables users to run Silverlight applications on the Nokia S60 5th Edition platform. The executable file includes the Silverlight runtime for Nokia S60 5th Edition devices, the Silverlight runtime for Nokia S60 5th Edition emulator, sample applications, and developer documentation.”
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