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Question: I am going to start applications development for wireless
devices. Could you guide me what I could use for that?
Answer: The production release of the J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.0 is
now available. This version of the toolkit supports the MIDP 2.0 (JSR-118)
specification as well as the Wireless Messaging API (JSR-120), and Mobile Media
API (JSR-135) optional packages.
The Java 2 Platform Micro
Edition, (J2ME) Wireless Toolkit are sets of tools that provide application
developers with the emulation environments, documentation and examples needed to
develop Java technology applications targeted at CLDC/MIDP compliant mobile
phones and entry level PDAs. Two products are available depending on your needs.
Both tools are available at no charge to individual applications developers.
applications for MIDP 1.0 devices, use the J2ME Wireless Toolkit version
For developing applications for MIDP 2.0 devices, use the J2ME Wireless Toolkit
version 2.0. The 2.0 version also includes built-in support for the Wireless
Messaging and Mobile Media APIs.
Below are some of the hot
features in J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.0. You can get more detailed information
about the new toolkit by referring to the accompanying User's Guide and Release
Support for MIDP 2.0
Support for WMA
Support for MMAPI
Solaris and Linux versions
Additional development features:
Integrated Over The Air emulation
WMA Emulation features for SMS and CBS messages
New skins for QWERTY and Media devices
Push Registry emulation
Monitoring for all protocols (HTTP(S), Socket, datagram, Comm, SSL,
Compile and Runtime selection of API extensions (WMA, MMAPI)
New demo applications
Support for the ProGuard obfuscator
Note: The J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.0 still includes all of the advanced
development features found in Wireless Toolkit 1.0.4_01 (Obfuscation support,
method profiling, memory and network monitoring, device speed emulation).
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