Java ME enables Opera Mini to serve 1 billion pages... per day!

In a press release issued today, Opera has announced that over a billion pages are being viewed every day using their Java ME-based Opera Mini browser.  This is a staggering number!  Opera Mini uses a unique server-side compression to reduce data-traffic by up to 90% to improve the user's experience in browsing web-content from their Java ME devices as well as to reduce cost for consumers that might not be using an unlimited data plan. 

This latest milestone represents a growth factor of 10x from a previous milestone of 100 million daily page views back in June 2008.  Congratulations to Opera for hitting this amazing achievement.  Oh, and did we mention that its free?!  If you already have a browser on your phone you can navigate over to m.opera.com or you can visit our friends over at GetJar who have facilitated over 35 million downloads of Opera Mini as of this date.   
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. Hi, The page refresh option need to be avoided (FLEX + J2EE). The main intention is to handle F5(refresh) event. It works fine in Mozilla, GoogleChrome but not in IE8. When i execute the code in IE8 before the event handle by the FLEX the browser is handling the event. So kindly let me know if there is any solution for this.... For example open this link in IE8: http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/help.html?content=events_11.html Through this link i found code to handle the events in the mxml level, as the first example(Handling keyboard events) mentioned in the above link works fine..giving the key code of what ever key you keyin,but as soon as u press F5 it refreshing the page,where this happening in IE8 only works fine in other browsers.. -- S.V.Prathap Kumar,

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