J2ME Enterprise Development

J2ME Enterprise Development

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"J2ME[trademark] Enterprise Development" is your Java 2 Micro Edition road map. Java 2 Micro Edition is a key enabling technology for the current explosion in wireless applications and small computing devices. This hands-on developer's guide shows you how to use standard J2ME packages such as CLDC (Connected Limited Device Configuration) and MIDP (Mobile Information Device Profile) as platforms for a wide range of enterprise applications. Discussions of J2ME's capabilities and limitations compared with other Java editions help you understand where and how to put J2ME to use. Enterprise-level examples include a detailed, end-to-end solution that demonstrates a portable GUI, data storage, back-end connectivity, and other key aspects of J2ME development. Put J2ME to work. Set up the J2ME application environment and run a sample application. Target J2ME devices using CLDC- or CDC-based profiles. Get up to speed on J2ME virtual machines, such as KVM and CVM. Learn the latest server-side technologies for wireless applications. Explore alternative designs using J2ME-based messaging technologies. Find answers fast in a complete MIDP API reference. Learn to debug MIDlets using the proxy debugger. Explore enterprise programming in a multitiered environment. Create a complete enterprise application for MIDP-enabled devices.show more

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  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 187.96 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 589.67g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • Micro.
  • 0764549006
  • 9780764549007

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J2ME(TM) Enterprise Development Your Java 2 Micro Edition Road Map Java 2 Micro Edition is a key enabling technology for the current explosion in wireless applications and small computing devices. This hands-on developer's guide shows you how to use standard J2ME packages such as CLDC (Connected Limited Device Configuration) and MIDP (Mobile Information Device Profile) as platforms for a wide range of enterprise applications. Discussions of J2ME's capabilities and limitations compared with other Java editions help you understand where and how to put J2ME to use. Enterprise-level examples include a detailed, end-to-end solution that demonstrates a portable GUI, data storage, back-end connectivity, and other key aspects of J2ME development. Put J2ME to Work * Set up the J2ME application environment and run a sample application * Target J2ME devices using CLDC- or CDC-based profiles * Get up to speed on J2ME virtual machines, such as KVM and CVM * Learn the latest server-side technologies for wireless applications * Explore alternative designs using J2ME-based messaging technologies * Find answers fast in a complete MIDP API reference * Learn to debug MIDlets using the proxy debugger * Explore enterprise programming in a multitiered environment * Create a complete enterprise application for MIDP-enabled devicesshow more

About Imtiyaz Haque

Imtiyaz Haque is an expert in the development and architecture of enterprise--class applications. He has 15 years of software experience and has held senior positions with iScribe Inc. and Fujitsu Software Corporation. He is currently president of Ashnasoft Corporation, a developer of enterprise--class Java products. Brian O'Connor is a Java programmer whose work has focused on robust enterprise applications, ubiquitous computing, and emerging technologies such as wireless handheld systems. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Bioinformatics at UCLA.show more

Table of contents

Preface. PART I: Exploring the Java 2 Micro Edition Solution. Chapter 1: Introducing the Java 2 Micro Edition. Chapter 2: Using the CLDC and CDC. Chapter 3: Understanding J2ME Virtual Machines. Chapter 4: Targeting J2ME Devices Using Profiles. Chapter 5: Programming with MIDP. PART II: Developing Enterprise Applications for J2ME. Chapter 6: Planning Development with J2ME. Chapter 7: Defining the User Interface. Chapter 8: Using a Database in a Multitiered Architecture. Chapter 9: The Benefits of a Secure Client/Server Network Layer. Chapter 10: Server--Side Technologies for Wireless Applications. Chapter 11: Bringing the Pieces Together -- The MIDP Application. Chapter 12: Debugging MIDP Applications. Chapter 13: Deploying the Application. Chapter 14: Using J2ME--Based Messaging Technologies. Appendix A: Setting Up the Development Environment. Appendix B: Third--Party Tools. Appendix C: CLDC and MIDP API Reference. Index.show more

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