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Sydewynder

Sydewynder is an SMS receiver and sender application written in Python for S60 phones (e.g. Nokia N80). It automates the responses of messages, and can be used as a mobile application server. It very useful for prototyping mobile applications and educational projects.

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  •  31 Oct 2007 13:03

    Release Notes: New features include a "Take Screenshot" option under the Options key (which is good for teachers documenting Sydewynder apps) and a new sample "Round Robin" app that demonstrates how to send multiple messages to multiple recipient lists.

    •  28 Oct 2007 21:41

      Release Notes: New features include the ability to connect to WiFi from Sydewynder scripts, an emulator for off-phone development, a two tabbed pane view for log and status indicators, a start up screen, a much better UI, well-documented examples for mobile apps and games, and new app using Wifi: "We Feel Fine". Bugs fixed include errors sending to recipients in the phone's address book and Unicode text problems.

      •  22 Mar 2007 01:20

        Release Notes: A Unicode error was fixed in the sample applications. Another minor bug was cleared in the Magic 8 Ball sample game.

        •  17 Mar 2007 06:14

          Release Notes: The license was included. All classes were combined within the same file, as it was not possible to get to the path variable to allow for separate module files.

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