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Is anyone aware of a "visual" IDE/approach for writing BREW applications, or is manually writing the code, our only option? I've tried the BREW Add-Ins 3.0 for Microsoft Visual Studio, but it only gives a running start. I was hoping for graphical building blocks, property windows, etc. ... Standard visual IDE components.

If there is not a visual tool already out there, I think it would be a real sales opportunity for a tools vendor/individual willing to write it. I would pay $$$, and be your first beta customer .... I enjoy writing applications, just think more in the realm of "business logic", vs "code".

Also, has anyone used Rational Rose, or other UML tools for writing BREW?

Ideas, anyone?

Thanks,
Martin

I'm not aware of the existence of this kind of software product, though I agree with you about it's utility. I'm a "fan" of Borland Development products (Delphi and C++ Builder), and I'm seriously feel the passage from developing with them, and now developing with VC++ for BREW.
I don't miss that much the lack of the user interface, but the lack of libraries, and ready-made classes.
As for Rational Rose, I'm using Rose for the development of the BREW app that I work on, and I'm trying to implement objectualy some aspects of BREW which are not so pleasant: Asynchron. Methods, etc.

I'm not aware of the existence of this kind of software product, though I agree with you about it's utility. I'm a "fan" of Borland Development products (Delphi and C++ Builder), and I'm seriously feel the passage from developing with them, and now developing with VC++ for BREW.
I don't miss that much the lack of the user interface, but the lack of libraries, and ready-made classes.
As for Rational Rose, I'm using Rose for the development of the BREW app that I work on, and I'm trying to implement objectualy some aspects of BREW which are not so pleasant: Asynchron. Methods, etc.

hi...
since BREW is so tightly controlled by Qualcomm i think it will be difficult to come up with something other that what Qualcomm provides.
sdg

hi...
since BREW is so tightly controlled by Qualcomm i think it will be difficult to come up with something other that what Qualcomm provides.
sdg