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What do I need to know to start developing web apps with J2ME?  RSS feed

 
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Hi guys, I'm currently researching what are the things I need to know to start developing web applications (with J2ME) that's to be accessed by mobile phones.I'm really still a beginner with regards to J2ME, so I would really appreciate any tips you could give.

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Gio
 
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You can use the wireless toolkit to develop applications in J2ME. Its not the only one around but its supported by sun and you can download it from java.sun.com
 
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Well J2ME creates Mobile Phone applications, not Web Applications. J2ME can use an HTTPConnection to connect to a Servlet, but I wouldn't really call that a Web Application. If you want Web Pages to be displayed in a Mobile Device, then you don't even need J2ME, just use a nice Browser and write your Web Application with Servlets/JSP and have the stuff return either WML or html that is formatted to look better on a mobile device.

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