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Palm OS Developement Topic

Palm OS, development tools, questions, discussion, standards, etc.

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Langley McKelvy
ROM Files
Anyone have a Handspring Visor Deluxe ROM File? I have the USB cradle and can't get mine with out the hassle of faxing Handspring.
20 years ago
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You have many roms located in Palm Emulator folder. --- Tae
10 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
Getting started with Palm programming.
The best place to get started with Palm programming is at [URL=][/URL]. This area of the Palm OS site contains good overview, Palm OS SDK, Palm OS Emulator, and info on suggested tools., , If you're a Delphi developer, take a look at PocketStudio. It's kind of like Delphi for the PocketStudio: [URL=][/URL]
21 years ago
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I performed comparison between several devt products : as I'm not a deep c++ developer, my choice pointed on CASL-PRO from CASLsoft. I develop with it for several months, I really enjoy. Have a look at
20 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
Which Palm should I get?
Help me out, I can't decide which Palm to get. I'm currently looking at the new m505 and Sony's new CLIE PEG-N710C. I like the Sony because it has a built in MP3 player and I like the m505 because there is a Franklin version of it and I use a Franklin planner. The m505 doesn't have an MP3 player and the Sony is on OS 3.5.2., , Does it matter what OS? Any advice?
21 years ago
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Thanks. I ended up getting a Palm m505 and love it. It is slim and color. No mp3 player but I have a dedicated mp3 player with 128 MB so I agree with your thoughts on that issue.
21 years ago
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