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Notification, Menus and Forms. Canvas, Content Handler and Queries. Set application title, tabs and set application body. Application screen size and Application Orientation. Text to speech, Playing and Recording sounds and setting volume. Taking a Photo, Recording Video and Using Viewfinder. Accessing Contacts and Adding - Deleting Contact entries. Using the e32 Module. Drawing, Opening and Editing an Image. Checking the Inbox, Reading SMS, Deleting SMS and Waiting for a SMS. Setting Logs, Retrieving Last missed calls, Retrieving Last SMS. Sending SMS, MMS, Email. Battery and Signal, Free Ram and Free Space, IMEI and firmware, phones, display, etc. Making a call, Hanging up calls, Waiting for a call. Displaying Text and showing an Image on a Window. Avoiding Python to be terminated by Red Key and Hiding the shell. Global Notifications and Queries.













#Copyright (c) 2008 Pankaj Nathani




#Notifications are used to show messages


#General form: note(text[, type[, global ] ])


import appuifw


appuifw.note(u"Almost finished...")
#shows a standard message


appuifw.note(u"Download complete", "conf")
#shows the message as a confirmation


appuifw.note(u"Invalid syntax", "error")
#shows the message as a warning with appropriate sound


#Note that you can display notes even when your application is in the background
#by setting the "global" flag to 1







#Copyright (c) 2008 Pankaj Nathani



#There are several kinds of menus in PyS60:
#The application's menu, triggered by pressing the left softkey
#A popup menu somewhat similar in aspect to the application's menu
#Selection lists, which can be simple or multiple and have the ability to search for items; useful if you have many items to put in the list

import appuifw, e32

#Define the exit function
def quit():

def callback_A():print "A"
def callback_B():print "B"
def callback_C():print "C"
def callback_D():print "D"

#The application's menu[(u"Item_A", callback_A), (u"Item_B", ((u"Item_C", callback_C), (u"Item_D", callback_D)))]
#Here we can select Item_A, or select Item_B in which case a list with Item_C and Item_D is shown
#callback_A etc. are methods that have to be defined prior to setting the menu

#Popup menu
i=appuifw.popup_menu([u"Item1", u"Item2"])
#Stores the index of the selected option in the variable i; 0 for Item1, 1 for Item2 etc.

#Simple selection list
i=appuifw.selection_list([u"Item1", u"Item2"])

#Multiselection list
i=appuifw.multi_selection_list([u"Item1", u"Item2"], style='checkbox', search_field=1)
#Shows a list from which you can select multiple items, selected ones being marked; here you can also enable a search field








#Copyright (c) 2008 Pankaj Nathani



import appuifw, e32

#Define the exit function
def quit():

def forming():
#Create a list to be used in 'combo' selection mode
    model=[u'6630', u'E90', u'7610', u'N95', u'N73']

#Define the field list (consists of tuples: (label, type ,value)); label is a unicode string
#Type is one of the following strings: 'text', 'number', 'date', 'time',or 'combo'
data=[(u'Mobile','text', u'Nokia'),(u'Model','combo', (model,0)),(u'Amount','number', 5),(u'Date','date'),(u'Time','time')]

#Set the view/edit mode of the form

#Create an instance of the form
f=appuifw.Form(data, flags)

#Make the form visible on the UI

#Call the function that creates the form




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