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Hi,

I am developing a chat application and i need to set themes for my interfaces... can i use css if not are there any standard open source api that i could use.


Thanks in advance
 
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Hi paddy Mahadeva Iyer,

I am certain that there is no CSS for J2ME, you could implement that but I don't think it is a good waste of time, and maybe there is no other implementation like this because using ready components from midp we only get the themes from the cellphone to decorate our applications.
 
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You can use J2MEPolish GUI which provides options for using CSS based GUI and j2mepolish applications are easily portable across several devices.

For More information, have a look at the following link:

http://www.j2mepolish.org
 
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Yeah, you can use j2mepolish for your developments in j2me with css integrated

moreover, you can use j2mepolish with netbeans ... there is a plugin !


SCJP 1.4
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Alternatively you can develop your own canvas based gui that supports themes. I have just just finished a beta version of an app that uses customisable themes for the app. You require a new Nokia device to use it. Check it out.
http://www.getjar.com/software/Java/All/Search/youmenow

No licence fees required if you make your own components.
 
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