Programming Java 2 Micro Edition on Symbian OS - a Developer's Guide to Midp 2.0
- Focuses on J2ME MIDP 1.0 and 2.0, as this platform has become the Java standard for phones
- Covers the optional J2ME APIs that Symbian OS Java is currently supporting
- Code samples are provided throughout
- Contains case studies that demonstrate how to develop games and enterprise applications
Table of Contents
Symbian Press Acknowledgements.
Innovation through Openness.
Section 1: J2ME and MIDP.
1. Introduction to J2ME.
2. Getting Started.
3. MIDP 2.0 and JTWI.
4. Java APIs for Bluetooth Wireless Technology.
5. MIDP 2.0 Case Studies.
Section 2: Writing Quality Code for Smartphones.
6. Making Your Code Portable.
7. Writing Optimized Code.
Section 3: The Evolution of the Wireless Java Market.
8. The Market, the Opportunities and Symbian's Plans.
Appendix 1: CLDC Core Libraries.
Appendix 2: MIDP Libraries.
Appendix 3: Using the Wireless Toolkit Tools at the Command Line.
Appendix 4: Developer Resources and Bibliography.
Appendix 5: Specifications of Symbiam OS Phones.
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