A hands-on programming guide for the most active wireless application environment--cell phones and pagers In his previous book, Java 2 Micro Edition (0-471-39065-8), Eric Giguere showed why Sun's J2ME is fast becoming the dominant language for all handheld devices. In this new book, the Ortiz-Giguere team explains how to use the J2ME Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) to write Java applications for wireless devices like cell phones and two-way pagers as well as more powerful devices like the Palm VII. The authors begin with a basic tutorial on J2ME, then quickly move on to explain how to use MIDP to write full-featured applications for cell phones and pagers. Using real case studies and code, they walk developers through all the necessary topics, including GUIs, client/server and peer-to-peer communications, HTTP, XML, databases, WAP, security issues, MIDP and J2EE in the Enterprise and much more.... 9, 140-142, 153 UnsupportedEncodingException, 362 URL rewriting, 167-168 URLConnection, 158 use-case diagram, e-mail client ... 141 Writer, 364-365 X. 500 Distinguished names (DN), 227 XForms, xiii XHTML Basic, xiii, 246 XML, xiv, 3, 26, 246-273 attributes in, ... 252-255 grammar or dialect for, 247 HTTP and, 251-264 HTTP reception of, 257-258 HTTP transfer of, 255-256 kXML parser for, 249, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mobile information device profile for Java 2 MicroEdition|
|Author||:||C. Enrique Ortiz, Eric Giguère|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2001|