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Enterprise J2ME Book & Phones

 
Bruce Gibbins
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We are reviewing tools and references that maybe useful when first starting our first project based on mobile technology and in particular on some new phones from Motorola.
I am curious if a reference such as this one would be useful for this style of project even from a design perspective. Additionally, I'd also like to know if it covers different tools such as IBM's WebSphere Device Developer and how to go about configuring such IDEs devices other than those it comes configured with.
Thank-you and kind regards, Bruce
 
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Originally posted by Bruce Gibbins:
I am curious if a reference such as this one would be useful for this style of project even from a design perspective. Additionally, I'd also like to know if it covers different tools such as IBM's WebSphere Device Developer and how to go about configuring such IDEs devices other than those it comes configured with.

Yes, end-to-end design is a focual point of the book. It uses complete examples to discuss different types of applications: database, messaging, Web services, security and covers important patterns such as the end-to-end MVC, lightweight containers and remote facades.
The book only uses free command line tools and ANT to build the applications. But IBM WebSphere Device Developer is covered in detail in an appendix. (IBM's chief architecture for device software Jim colson wrote the foreword, after all ). But no, we do not cover how to extend WSDD for more device support. This is question you should go ask IBM support people.
 
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