Croozeus.com has been a valuable resource for PyS60 developers. We’d had some great content for developers including PyS60 tutorials and the PyS60 blog. It’s time that these resources are officially archived.
You can access these at:
Since Nokia adopted Windows Phone to be their lead platform for smartphones in early 2011, Symbian has been gradually side tracked. That being said, Nokia 808, the last Symbian powered device by Nokia, has been a revolution imaging: It comes with an amazing camera (with a 41 MP sensor) and ‘Pure view’ imaging technologies. Read more about the PureView imaging technology by Nokia experts here. I can only start to imagine how PyS60 developers can use this powerful camera to come up with amazing multimedia apps.
This is just one example where developing apps with PyS60 may still be handy, however the fact is that Python on Symbian still remains an effective technology to be useful for research, prototyping and study purposes.
Before 2 years, I authored a book with Bogdan Galiceanu which covers everything that you’d like to learn about Python on Symbian. This book is available on Amazon.com and a free online version is hosted at the Nokia Developer Wiki.
Archiving the PyS60 resources on Croozeus.com means that thee wouldn’t be any updates and additions to these resources. However, in the interest of the PyS60 fans I would still maintain the tutorials and the blog to be read only. The archived blog main page showcases the important posts, includes Featured articles, projects, network programming series. The comments on the PyS60 blog have been disabled. If you’d like to reach me, please comment on this post.
On this note, I’d also like to thank everyone who contributed to the PyS60 resources here, specially the blog. Going forward I’ll be using this blog (croozeus.com/io) as my personal oeuvre – posting about my projects, experiences, etc. Stay tuned 🙂