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Hi, everyone! How could I get J2ME extensions for Palm OS and install them without the need for any Palm Devices because I'm currently working on a project that requires programming in Java for PDAs....


Thanks in advance....
 
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The best suggestion would be to get yourself a copy of the wireless toolkit from Sun's website, and couple that with emulators from Palm (which I believe exist, if my memory serves me). You'll still want to test it, doubtless, against real world devices, but that should at least give you a reasonable basis for starting out.
 
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See the beta release of Sun's Java Toolkit for CDC
(Palms are normally CDC devices)

http://java.sun.com/products/cdctoolkit/download-1_0-beta.html


The CLDC Java toolkit also supports some PDA related J2ME APIS,
"PDA Optional Packages for the J2ME Platform (JSR 75)"

http://java.sun.com/products/sjwtoolkit/overview.html
 
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