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Brand New To J2ME

 
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Hey, I am brand new to learning J2ME. Has anyone read any books that they recommend to read for learning J2ME? Also, which things do I need to download and install from Sun's site? I installed the Wireless Toolkit 2.2. Is that all I need? Thanks!
 
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U need to install the jdk1.4 before installing the J2ME toolkit(which U downloaded from the Sun Website as u mentioned )... tht's it.. one rule is u should not include any spaces in the path for the directory in which u r installing the J2ME toolkit... it can be like (c:\wtk1.0) & not like (c:\my files\wtk1.2)
still u r facing some problems u can mail me... my mail id is sriramusr@yahoo.co.in

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I have always recommended Apress' "Wireless Java: Developing with J2ME" by Jonathan Knudsen.

And I am not being biased because my quote and name now appear on the cover. I gave it a great review because I was programming in J2ME two days into reading the book.

Mark
 
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
I have always recommended Apress' "Wireless Java: Developing with J2ME" by Jonathan Knudsen.

And I am not being biased because my quote and name now appear on the cover. I gave it a great review because I was programming in J2ME two days into reading the book.

Mark


I was going to get that book, but I will wait until April for edition 3 instead.
 
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