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What is the best way to start

 
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Hello friends,
This is my first post in this category and a total newbie to java Micro Edition so i wanted to know as to what would be the best way to start with it and some sites that will help me with tutorials and info about it
 
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Try these links: http://webdev.apl.jhu.edu/~rbe/kvm/ http://www.billday.com/j2me/ http://www.microjava.com/development/faq/general
There you can find a lot of links, including where you get the components you need at the Sun homepage.
If you plan to use CLDC for the Palm: for me it didn't work to use the CLDC 1.02 version, the older one CLDC 1.0 worked though.
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when u download j2me wireless toolkit u will supplied with lots of examples just try that all stuff..also visit midp and cldc tutorial in sun java website ...the best one to start!!! i feel...
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Originally posted by Amit Roy:
Hello friends,
This is my first post in this category and a total newbie to java Micro Edition so i wanted to know as to what would be the best way to start with it and some sites that will help me with tutorials and info about it


 
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Thanks
Christian and Balaji for all those helpful links do we get some emulator also to test these examples
Amit
 
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I bought Wireless Java Programming with J2ME by YU FENG. ISBN - 0672321351. Great book, oh and scoured the SUN site for tutorials.
 
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There is a new Wrox book written by a collegue of mine on this subject.
Check out
http://www.wrox.com/Books/Book_Details.asp?ISBN=1861003897
 
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I read Wireless Java Programming with J2ME, ISBN: 0672321351, It was an excellent book it pays viewing it
 
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Start with the source: http://java.sun.com/j2me/?frontpage-javaplatform
On this page you'll find the J2ME Wireless Toolkit.
 
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