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MIDlets

MIDlets are J2ME optimized servlet API and architecture-based applications for wireless Java enabled devices such as PDA, cell phones and the RIM BlackBerry. Applications range from calendar contact managers to simple games. For more on MIDlets and how they're developed and applied, check out the following ONJava.com articles.

Java Essentials: What Is Wireless Java? (ONJava.com)
The Java Essentials series provides high-level overviews of core Java technologies. This article covers the APIs, tools, and vendors for wireless Java.

The Mobile Information Device Profile and MIDlets, Part 5 (ONJava.com)
This is the final excerpt in a series on MIDP and MIDlets from J2ME in a Nutshell, focusing on the delivery and installation of MIDlets.

The Mobile Information Device Profile and MIDlets, Part 4 (ONJava.com)
In Part 4 of this five-part excerpt from J2ME in a Nutshell, author Kim Topley shows you how to develop MIDlets.

Building Wireless Web Clients, Part 2 (ONJava.com)
Browse Amazon from a cellphone? This series describes an application for querying Amazon with an ISBN number and getting back book details, sales ranking, and number of reviews. In the second part, we build a local bookstore that lets users search by title rather than ISBN.

The Mobile Information Device Profile and MIDlets, Part 3 (ONJava.com)
Part three of a five-part book excerpt from O'Reilly's J2ME in a Nutshell by Kim Topley. This installment focuses on a MIDlet's three states: paused, active, and destroyed.

The Mobile Information Device Profile and MIDlets, Part 2 (ONJava.com)
This is the second of a five part book excerpt series based on O'Reilly's J2ME in a Nutshell by Kim Topley. Part 2 focuses on MIDlets and their suites.

The Mobile Information Device Profile and MIDlets, Part 1 (ONJava.com)
This is the first of a five part book excerpt series based on O'Reilly's J2ME in a Nutshell by Kim Topley. Part one is an overview of the Mobile Independent Device Profile and the MIDP Java platform.

Invoking JavaServer Pages from MIDlets (ONJava.com)
Wireless and the enterprise go great together, but how do we make it happen? This article shows how to invoke JSPs from wireless apps such as MIDlets.

Wireless ONJava Week (ONJava.com)
This month, we look at wireless Java, a highlighted topic at JavaOne last week.

MIDlet Packaging with J2ME (ONJava.com)
John Muchow continues the J2ME and MIDP discussion by looking at MIDlet packaging.


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