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Palm Programming: The Developer's Guide by Julie McKeehan, Neil Rhodes

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Summary

In this chapter, we have given you a description of how an application interacts with the system on a Palm device. We have also done a code walkthrough of a sample program that contains all the code components that are standard to all Palm applications. You have learned that the Palm application is an event driven system. The system’s event queue feeds a constant flow of events to your application, and it is up to you to handle them. You have also seen the wide variety of instances under which your application may get called by the system and the resources available to you to deal with these instances. Last, but not least, we have discussed some of the more important elements in handling memory in a Palm application.

From all this information, you should now be well on your way to understanding this application architecture. In the following chapters, you will use this information to create a full-featured chapplication.

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