Yesterday, during the last day of Nokia World 2009, the Finnish giant unveiled the Ovi software development kit, in its Beta version and a couple of new Ovi APIs (Application programming interfaces), SDK included.


Nokia’s Ovi SDK can be used by software developers in order to create apps for platforms like Symbian or Maemo, or even the web. The SDK relies on basic technologies, like Javascript, CSS or HTML, plus the new APIs include the Ovi Navigation Player API, an important means to adding navigation support to apps.

The Ovi SDK Beta can be downloaded only via invitation, achieve by registering to the Forum Nokia. In case you haven’t figured out what Nokia’s Ovi SDK and Ovi APIs are all about, the videos below are pretty explanatory:

[via Unwired View]