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Moket Launches Flash lite Packaging Tool For Nokia S40

From Dale Rankine

Thursday, 02 October 2008

Today Dale Rankine‘s Moket released SWF2NFL to the Flash Lite community, giving content creators the ability to easily package their Flash Lite content in the NFL file format – files that can be distributed to Nokia’s S40 5th Edition devices.

SWF2NFL is an Adobe AIR application that takes individual content assets, an application icon and associated application name and version number, and compiles the required files together into the NFL file format, ready for distribution to devices.

The NFL (Nokia Flash Lite) file format was announced by Nokia in September, as a mechanism for Flash Lite content to appear on S40 devices as installed applications, including icons in the Gallery menu, and improve the user experience for launching standalone Flash Lute applications on these devices.

S40 represents an enormous segment of Nokia’s overall market, catering to mid-level business users and the younger consumer markets. Reaching this market with Flash Lite applications, on top of the existing support for wallpapers and screensavers, creates new opportunities for developers.

Moket is already in the process for delivering game catalogues to operators in various parts of the world, using the NFL file format. Through releasing the tool freely to the Flash Lite community, it’s hoped that Moket will increase it’s engagement with the developer community through the Moket Content Network service, and bring more NFL-ready content to market.

Download Manual

You can download the user manual for SWF2NFL here ( PDF) for information on how to use the tool.

For more information and to download the tool, visit www.moket.com/swf2nfl

Moket’s Dale Rankine And Nokia’s Coverage Of Flashlite


In continuance of Forum Nokia Flash Lite Code Camp series, currently being held worldwide, including in India, Dale Rankine of Australia has a great success story in Flashlite telling that”he is focusing on creating content for FL devices that are actually in the market helps the market to grow and gives better business cases for companies to further adopt Flash“.

You can get Moket Success Story on Forum Nokia “Media and Games” – http://www.nokia.com/NOKIA_COM_1/Developers/Success_Stories/Media_&_games/Dev_succ_Moket_SC_v1.0.pdf and you can also get Moket games available at Nokia Download! Platform here at http://www.dalerankine.com/blog/2008/04/moket-featured-on-forum-nokia-and-games.htm.

Dale Rankine is the CEO and founder of Moket. He also runs Club Moket, a new would be D2C mobile sales portal featuring Flash Lite content. It is the retail channel for Moket and the popular Moket Content Network. Club Moket aims to provide compelling and creative Flash Lite content primarily to markets such as UK, Europe and South-East Asia, where customers have more open (and Flash Lite enabled) handsets (Nokia, Sony Ericsson) and flexible web-browsing capabilities.

Latest in the news, Dale is on the verge of launch of new channel for Moket content this month – Moket games.

Thank you and meet you all in Forum Nokia Flash Lite Code Camp@Bengalooru, OOPS!! Bangalore, India On 9th April 2008, Wednesday.


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