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- Copyright 2003
- Pages: 512
- Edition: 1st
eBook (Adobe DRM)
- ISBN-10: 0-7686-5765-2
- ISBN-13: 978-0-7686-5765-4
Wireless Device Programming with Java 2 Micro Edition assumes readers are motivated to build the next generation wireless application by leveraging the J2ME technology. The book provides commercial-quality code and examples primarily based on the industry-leading Motorola phone emulator.
Table of Contents
I. GETTING STARTED. 1. Introduction to Wireless Application Development. 2. Java for Wireless Devices. 3. Java Wireless Programming Basics. 4. Packaging and Deploying Java Wireless Applications.
II. DEVELOPING WIRELESS APPLICATIONS USING JAVA. 5. Central Components of the UI for Wireless Devices. 6. Using High-Level APIs in UI Development. 7. Using Low-Level APIs in UI Development. 8. Persistent Storage. 9. Basic Network Programming in J2ME MIDP. 10. Using XML in Wireless Applications. 11. A Complete Example: MotoShop. 12. Data Synchronization for Wireless Applications.
III. APPENDIXES. A: CLDC Class Libraries. B: MIDP Class Libraries. C: Resource Links. D: NTT DoCoMo's Java for i-Mode. Index.
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