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is J2ME is going to be the future?

 
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Hi Ranchers,

Is J2ME is going to be the future of Java Technology? I would like to know the opinion of the java guys of this esteem forum.
 
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Hi Anil Kumar Saha !

Is J2ME is going to be the future of Java Technology? I would like to know the opinion of the java guys of this esteem forum.

Certainly not alone, simply one part of Java Technology future. J2ME is only relevant for embedded devices you carry on you (PDA, phone), but even if you had the resources would you install an application server on your own phone ? Of course not, you will install a J2EE application server on a standard server.

J2ME is one specific Java which will grow much and has a great future because of the exponential growth of embedded applications on personnal phones/PDA, but not J2ME alone.

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Hi Eric,
Thanks for your elaborate explanation.
 
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