Nokia Code Camp Winners, iPhone 3G and Jarpa

After a busy period, I finally got some time to come back to Jappit blog, just in time to announce…

Forum Nokia Code Champ Winners!

This competition, launched by Nokia to promote the development of WebRuntime and Flash-based applications has finally announced his winners, and there are really cool applications!


CityLite of IdeasLite is a guide to night life in Latin American capitals, with informations about events, theaters, and a lot more. Really cool interface!

Kuneri EasyVote

KuneriLite team also won the award for Europe/Middle East/Africa with their one-button voting system: Kuneri Easy Vote! Congratulations for their good work!

For the full list of winners, you can look here.

iPhone 3G is finally here!

Iphone 3g

After months of guessing and posting, Apple will finally announce, during San Francisco Apple WorldWide Developers Conference of June 9th, the 3G version of its iPhone. And it seems that it’ll arrive in Italy before the end of June branded by the two Carriers Tim and Vofafone.

While it’s definitely a good news that it’ll support HSDPA, it seems that we’ll not have a builtin GPS… too bad for all location-fanatics! :)

Jarpa, source code is out!


Jarpa is an absolutely interesting project aiming to extend FlashLite and Java ME feature by allowing them to intercommunicate, and so allowing developers to create hybrid applications that can take the best of both worlds.

Some days ago, Felipe Andrade has finally released Jarpa sourcecode, so developers can finally start to benefit of this framework, and for J2ME and FL-addicted like me, this is a GREAT news!

And, if you need one more reason to congratulate with Felipe for its great and extensive work, here is its Nokia Championship award!

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