by June 3, 2005 0 comments



If you’re a Java programmer, who’s already familiar with software development in the wireless space, then you may want to check out this book, primarily for its practical approach to the subject. It explains J2ME fundamentals, its configuration and profile, and how to
do programming in MIDP (both v1.0 and 2.0) and advanced APIs. Also discussed in detail are writing quality code for smartphones and the evolution of the wireless Java
market, wherein the author provides details of how wireless Java could evolve in the Symbian OS. 

This is supplemented by coverage of the latest generation of Symbian-based phones. Both design and implementation considerations involved in writing code have been considered with examples. 

For instance, besides discussing MIDP, even optional J2ME APIs found on phones such as Sony Ericsson P900 and Nokia 6600 are also covered. The author has covered many standard J2ME optical packages that Symbian Operating System is currently supporting or will support in the future. 

Overall, this is a very well written book with plenty of examples, diagrams and
visuals that facilitate easy understanding of the textual concepts.

Cybermedia Labs

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