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What different PDA's does j2me work at present.
How can I start coding and testing in j2me.
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Hi,
1.First you download J2me wireless toolkit lastet version
2.Also download latest version of CLDC/MIDP ..profiles..
Now install the wireless tookit ...
To learn and test ur applicartion either tutorials in sun java webiste or check docs folder in ur j2me installation directory..
try to run the sample program...many helloworld programs are ther in tutorials also..
With j2me wireless toolkit u can test various mobile phone,pager based applications..
With CLDC/MIDP and all u can test ur code in PalmIII or V etc...and various handheld devices....
I think java micro editon products supprots most of the PDA's
If you need further help reply back.
 
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Hi,
You can also get Nokias Developer suite. This integrates with JBuilder from Borland and allows you to develop J2ME apps for Nokia phones. You can then test the app on Nokia devices and Sun emulators to see how it performs on different devices.
Hope this helps..
 
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the jbuilder j2me attachment is very nice. I saw it being trialed and I found it easier to work with than forte
 
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Originally posted by Sridhar Raman:
What different PDA's does j2me work at present.
How can I start coding and testing in j2me.


Some motorola phones support MIDP. The Palm supports MIDP and soon PDAP. WinCE devices support PersonalJava. Because the source code for MIDP is donloadable, you can port it to other platforms. JTAPI, Java TV APIs, etc exist in various appropriate prototype devices.

--Mark
 
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how soon is soon, Mark? I thought it wasnt coming out for 18 months.
 
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J2ME MIDP devices actually available, possibly not to Joe Public though:
Motorola Accompli 008 (Europe & Asia only)
Motorola i85 (US only?)
Palm or compatible, with OS 3.5 or better
possibly Linux PDAs like at www.agendacomputing.com
Soon, supposedly:
Siemens SL45i
For a more comprehensive list, visit www.javamobiles.com
 
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also the nokia 9210 though maybe alittle expensive
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Originally posted by chanoch wiggers:
how soon is soon, Mark? I thought it wasnt coming out for 18 months.


I can't say in much greater detail, since I'm under the NDA for the JSR EG, but hopefully less than 18 months. (No promises.)
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