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 Programming Small Devices with J2ME

  Course Code - BH-101   Duration - 4 Days

This 4-day course covers Java (J2ME) programming with special consideration of small devices. This course would be considered a must for those wishing to use Java as a tool for programming Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and Mobile Information Device 
Profile (MIDP).

The Case Study on building a complete mobile application on the Java platform brings together J2ME and the J2EE to provide a complete mobile commerce solution including wireless devices and back-end servers. 

We discuss the overall architecture and many implementation issues such as session management and communication protocols and delegates will build their own mobile commercial system as an exercise.

 

 Prerequisites

 
 

Some knowledge of the Java 2 language with particular reference to the java.lang, java.util, and the java.io packages. 
Those with no knowledge of Java should attend the course 'Java Programming GN-134' prior to attending this course

 

 Course Content

 
 

Overview of the J2ME

What is J2ME 
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Configurations and Profiles 
- The KVM 
- CLDC 
- MIDP 
- WAP versus MIDP 
- Why MIDP 
- Development Tools

Development Kits 
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Writing and compiling source 
  code 
- Emulators 
- J2MEWKT 
- Packaging and Deploying 
  Applications 

Developing Midlets
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Midlet Life Cycle 
- Developing Midlets 
- Packaging 
- Properties 
- J2ME Programming features and
- Links with J2SE

MultiThreading 
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J2SE Packages reduced 
- Collections 
- Timers 
- User Interfaces

Classes and class hierarchy 
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Screen display 
- The Command Class 
- Events, registering and 
  responding 
- Screens, Tickers, Textboxes and 
  Alerts 
- Lists, List Types 
- Forms 
- Databases and MIDP

Classes 
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Record Stores 
- Queries 
- Resource Files 
- Network Architecture

Generic Connection Framework 
-
HTTP 
- Posting forms 
- XML

Data Exchange with XML 
-
Choosing Parsers 
- Cryptography 
- MIDP Resources

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