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Floggy: persistence framework for J2ME/MIDP applications

 
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Hi all,

I don't know if it is the right place to post this topic. So, if you consider this topic an abuse, please, feel free to remove it. We are just trying to announce our open-source project to the Java community.

So, here we go ...

Floggy is a free object persistence framework for J2ME/MIDP applications, licensed under the Apache License, version 2.0.

The main goal of this framework is to abstract the data persistence details from the developer, reducing the development and maintenance effort.

How? Check the project website at http://floggy.org

Feedback and comments are welcome!

Thanks,
Floggy team
 
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Hi,
I think you are familiar with floggy. Please see this post and kindly help me if you can.

https://coderanch.com/t/525831/JME/Mobile/connecting-floggy-me
 
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We refer to responding to an old post as "resurrecting a zombie" and it's something we discourage. The reason for that is that when you contribute to a question that was asked several years ago, the chances are very high that the people who were interested have moved on to other things and no longer care. And that the technical issues may have been resolved in some version of the software they're working with or the software will have changed so much that the issue no longer applies.

In this particular case, the original posting was a product announcement. So there's no guarantee that the product URLs are still functional. Sometimes the project's name has changed, and occasionally, the product goes off the market entirely.

Because of things like this, rather than digging up old threads, we prefer that people start new ones. I'll lock this one, because its original intent was to announce a product and I don't want that fact to get lost in case people are tempted to start commenting. Commenting is OK, but use a newer thread!
 
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