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Where to learn the basics?

I'm totally new to this brew stuff, and instead of asking a million different questions, I was wondering if there was a thread or website that I could learn the basics about brew programing. I had another question, with UIone, would I be able to create my own UI for my phone (lg vx8000) and still be able to use it for verizon? And one last thing, If I don't know the least bit about programing, but a lot about cell phones (I repair them), is it wise for me to even start looking into all this? Thanks so much for your time!

Hi
i think u can start the hunting by starting with the articles of devx.com,and i am attaching one link....maththinking.com/boat/computerbooks.html
inside that page browse the link game-->one book is there with title wirelessprogramming....in C/C++...
i think it's the best one for a newbie..

Hi
i think u can start the hunting by starting with the articles of devx.com,and i am attaching one link....maththinking.com/boat/computerbooks.html
inside that page browse the link game-->one book is there with title wirelessprogramming....in C/C++...
i think it's the best one for a newbie..

uiOne programming and BREW programming can be very different.
uiOne allows you to use TrigML, which is an XML-like language allowing you to design a UI with little to no programming experience (though it helps to have some :p ).
BREW requires more knowledge of C or C++.
To get started with either one, you should be installing the appropriate SDKs from the website and reading the documentation.
Access to the tools for loading apps to your device requires authentication, which means you'll need to pay $400 to Verisign for a certificate.
Nothing you do in uiOne will allow you to modify a device UI that's not implemented through uiOne, so you won't be able to do anything on your vx8000.

uiOne programming and BREW programming can be very different.
uiOne allows you to use TrigML, which is an XML-like language allowing you to design a UI with little to no programming experience (though it helps to have some :p ).
BREW requires more knowledge of C or C++.
To get started with either one, you should be installing the appropriate SDKs from the website and reading the documentation.
Access to the tools for loading apps to your device requires authentication, which means you'll need to pay $400 to Verisign for a certificate.
Nothing you do in uiOne will allow you to modify a device UI that's not implemented through uiOne, so you won't be able to do anything on your vx8000.

pick up ralphs brew programming book too, you can find it on amazon.

pick up ralphs brew programming book too, you can find it on amazon.