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J2MEDeveloper.com Weblog has Moved….

J2MEDeveloper.com weblog has moved…. Please note the new URL: http://j2medeveloper.com/weblog ceo — C. Enrique Ortiz J2MEDeveloper.com Web Page: http://www.j2medeveloper.com Web Log: http://j2medeveloper.com/weblog

What Makes a Killer App?

I truly believe that the killer application is about two things: better access to people, better access to information. This means that there is no single killer app. For some, the killer app is about access to their “corporate data”, to others is…

Data Sync API for J2ME Early Draft is Available for Review

Earlier this month the Data Sync API EG released an early draft of the spec for (your) review… read below for details. As you may know, data synchronization is one of the key approaches (together with plain-ole HTTP, Web Services, SOA, etc) to…

New at J2MEDeveloper.com (Nov. 12th, 2004)

New to tech-tip section: “A Generic LCDUI Form” “A Simple Ordered Hashtable” Also revisited “Comments on Nokia SOA”… Visit J2MEDeveloper.com ceo — C. Enrique Ortiz J2MEDeveloper.com Web Page: http://www.j2medeveloper.com Web Log: http://www.j2medeveloper.com/blog

New article on Web Services for J2ME (IBM DeveloperWorks)

The Web Services APIs (WSA) for Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME), as defined by the Java Community Process for the Java Specification Request 172 (JSR 172), are two independent optional packages for remote service invocation and XML parsing… Read more at IBM…

Comments on Nokia's SOA Announcement

Recently Nokia announced its vision for a networked service-oriented architecture for mobile phones. I was finally able to find and read the whitepaper. Some people have claimed this announcement as the most important announcement at JavaOne, a pretty substantial claim. This architecture is…

True WORA will never happen.

In response to Michael's blog entry “Write once, pray, and debug everywhere?”, which in turn was in response to Russ' blog entry, I think that: True WORA will never happen. Companies will continue to differentiate themselves. Things have gotten much better though, and…

The Concern with CLDC-based Profiles Today

To “profile” or not to “profile”. That is the question. There is the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), and the Information Module Profile (IMP). And most recently the new Set-top box (STB) profile JSR was submitted to the JCP. In this essay we…

New Article: Managing the MIDlet Life-Cycle with a Finite State Machine

A MIDlet class may manage its own logic and life-cycle, but often a better choice is for it to delegate these responsibilities to a finite state machine (FSM). An FSM provides a simple and effective means to control your MIDlet's life-cycle and overall…

JSR 177 (Security and Trust Services API for J2ME) Specification Final Release

Earlier today the JSR-177 Security and Trust Services API for J2ME (SATSA) specification was approved for final release by the JCP Micro Edition Executive Committee. Withouth trying to oversimplify this spec, in summary, SATSA defines how to integrate with Security Elements (SE) such…

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