This text covers developing wireless Java applications with J2ME and Sun's Java 2 Micro Edition for small devises. It covers key J2ME components, including the CLDC (connected limited device configuration) and MIDP (mobile information device profile) and focuses on output to the Palm Pilot, Visor, pagers and cell phones. The book presents a wide range of applications - including presenting dynamic data, controlling user input, handling graphics and querying servers. The CD includes all the code from the book, with ready to run and "On the CD" icons to help guide the reader to applications on the disc. It also addresses key issues of security, networking and compatibility with J2SE.
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The Ultimate Collection of Ready-to-Use Code and Expert Techniques
Develop state-of-the art wireless applications with J2ME using this thorough and useful resource. Learn to build a wide range of scalable applications that can be delivered directly to handheld and mobile devices. Once you've mastered the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), you can add enhancements to your applications using the Java Wireless toolkit. Covering security, J2SE compatibility, and networking, Instant Wireless Java with J2ME will show you how to create and deploy real-world wireless applications to J2ME-enabled devices.
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Paul Tremblett (Clark, NJ) is a distinguished member of the technical staff at Cap Gemini Ernst and Young. He has been programming in Java since the first Java Development Kit was released. He has written articles for Dr. Dobb's Journal and is a frequent presenter at technical conferences. He is also the author of Instant JavaServer Pages and Instant Enterprise JavaBeans.
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