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i have to learn J2ME for some of my application development. need some suggestions to start from the very basics of J2ME.






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Download netbeans with j2me support. It will make your start easier.
 
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Learn how use MIDlet.
 
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i am using eclipse IDE. can i use that? which book is better to start from a,b,c,d... of J2ME?

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You can use Eclipse. I'm using both eclipse and netbeans, but I've started with netbeans because it's better for beginners.
I'm not sure what to recommend because I don't know if you are familiar with Java (j2me is just version of java).

here's few links:

http://sites.google.com/site/j2mexprt/

http://www.roseindia.net/programming-tutorial/J2ME-Tutorials/

http://books.google.com/books?id=chepSC2iAB8C&lpg=PR5&dq=beginning%20j2me%20from%20novice%20to%20professional%20chapter%2015&pg=PA275#v=onepage&q=&f=false

 
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I strongly recommend to avoid roseindia website as it is "bag of chaos" full of stolen code (none of it is associated with book from which it was taken or website) and it is not organized at all.

I have to agree with Aleksandar that Beginning J2ME: From Novice to Professional is good start (he just linked wrong section of the book and didn't provide full name) you will fin there lot of materials, however if you looking for some up-to-date stuff you should pick Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA: Creating Great Mobile Applications.

To start working on it you need to download either Java ME SDK 3.0 or Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5.2 for CLDC[/code] or visit any mobile manufacturers developer section of site to get custom WTKs (Sony Ericsson, [url=http://www.forum.nokia.com/Tools_Docs_and_Code/Tools/Runtimes/]Nokia)
 
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Thanky you for such a valuable and unequivocal information for j2me mobile application development.
But can you help me if i want to use speech api along with mobile application
 
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