mShell Makes Smart Phones Smarter
The easy way to program your smart phone. m helps to gain full control of its features and realize its potential.
mShell combines an easy to learn programming language with a rich phone specific function library. This closes the gap between power and accessibility, serving as a glue between the phone's components.
From the mShell blog
m programming is coming to Symbian^3 and Symbian Anna devices.
Sooner or later many developers wants to release their m apps as standalone .sis file. A few things - such as the label of the right soft button - remembered to the origin of the program from mShell. These limitations has been removed with this release. Beside that, powerful functions has been added to enable m developers to produce clever apps.
The mShell Make SIS facility has been extended with an autostart option that launches the application automatically when the phone is booting.
Version 3.04 of mShell has been released and can be downloaded. Version 3.04 adds debugging support and magnetometer (compass) support on S60 5th Edition devices like the Nokia N97, and a series of m add-ons.
Version 3.03 of mShell has been released and can be downloaded. Version 3.03 fully supports S60 5th Edition devices like the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. Version 3.03 also adds several new native module functions.
mVNC 2.02 is now fully supported on S60 5th Edition devices (e.g. on the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic), with touch interface.
G-Meter is a typical small entertainment and utility application as it can be found on application stores like Nokia OVI or Handango. G-Meter is entirely made with mShell and shows exemplary the commercial opportunity that can be realized due to the the power and ease of the mShell development platform.
mVNC 2.02 is released and can be downloaded here. This is mostly a bug fix release, but has one major change: a new licensing scheme. To use the free version, the license key 0 must be used and not 34.
Get scripts quickly up and running: Upload the m script, edit the source code if you want and run it. Here you see one of our preinstalled m programs: the famous Swiss Railway Clock. The script can also be compiled, made into a SIS file and distributed.