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1.1.1 A High-Level View
1.1.2.1 The CDC
1.1.2.2 The CLDC
1.1.3.1 The KVM
1.1.3.2 The CVM
1.1.4.1 The MIDP
1.1.4.2 The PDA profile
1.1.4.3 The Foundation profile
1.1.4.4 The Personal profile
1.1.4.5 The RMI profile
1.2 Downloading the J2ME Wireless Toolkit
1.3.1 A Login MIDlet
1.3.2 Working with the Emulator
2.1.1 What's Different About the Java Virtual Machine?
2.1.2.1 Class Verification
2.1.2.2 Security
2.1.3.1 Classes inherited from J2SE
2.1.3.2 String and StringBuffer
2.1.3.3 Runtime
2.1.3.4 System
2.1.3.5 Math
2.1.4 What's Different About I/O and Networking?
2.1.5 Differences with Property Support in the CLDC
2.2 Using the Standalone CLDC and KVM
2.3 CLDC Next Generation
3.1.1 Class Additions
3.1.2 System Properties
3.2.1 What Is a MIDlet Suite?
3.2.2 Java Application Descriptor (JAD)
3.2.3.1 Performance
4.1 The Application Manager
4.2.1 Write the MIDlet
4.2.2 Compile the Source Code
4.2.3 Preverify the Class File
4.2.4 Package the Application in a JAR File
4.2.5 Create a JAD File
4.2.6 Simplifying the Development
4.2.7.1 Deploying OTA
4.2.7.2 Deploying to the Motorola i50x/i85s
5.1 Why Not Reuse the AWT?
5.2.1 The MIDP GUI Model
5.2.2 The lcdui Package
5.4.1 Drawing Graphics
5.4.2 Double Buffering
5.4.3 Threading Issues
5.4.4 Fonts
5.4.5 Guidelines for GUI Programming for MIDP Devices
6.1.1 Commands
6.1.2.1 Handling simple events
6.1.2.2 Creating GUI components and handling events
6.1.3 The ItemStateListener Interface
6.2.1 Key Events
6.2.2 Game Actions
6.2.3 Event Delivery Methods
7.1 Generic Connections
7.2 MIDP Connectivity
7.3.1 Request Methods
7.3.2 Servlets
7.4.2 Invoking a CGI Script (GET)
7.4.3 Invoking a CGI Script (POST)
7.4.4.1 FirstMidletServlet
7.4.4.2 SecondMidletServlet
7.5 Wireless Session Tracking
7.6 MIDlet Networking Security
8.1.1 Record Stores
8.1.2.1 Interfaces
8.1.2.2 Classes
8.1.2.3 Exceptions
8.2.1 Opening, Closing, and Deleting a Record Store
8.2.2 Creating and Modifying Records
8.2.5 Enumerating Records
8.2.6 Listening to Record Stores
8.2.7.1 The Stock.java Class
8.2.7.2 The StockDB.java Class
8.2.7.3 The QuotesMIDlet.java Class
8.2.8 Testing QuotesMIDlet
9.1.1 Installing the MIDP for Palm OS on the Device
9.1.2 Running Sample Applications
9.2.1 Develop a MIDlet
9.2.2 Convert a MIDlet into a PRC file
9.2.3 Install and Test
9.3 PRC Command-Line Conversion
9.4.1 Fetching a Page Using HttpConnection
9.4.2 Retrieving Stock Quotes and Working with Databases
9.5 A Final Thought
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Learning Wireless Java

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