Java Spotlight Episode 63: JavaME Network APIs
By Roger Brinkley on Jan 09, 2012
Interview with Alok Patel, Principal Product Manager with Java Mobile team, on the new JavaME Network APIS
Joining us this week on the Java All Star Developer Panel is Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Java EE Developer Advocate.
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- GlassFish and Java EE in 2011 and in 2012
- GlassFish for Business blog, including GlassFish 3.1.1 Update 2
- JavaOne 2011 sessions on Parleys.com
- Now available: RS232 Comm Plugin for NetBeans
- JTHarness 4.1.1 released
- Oracle Java Wireless Client 3.1 released
- JavaFX 2.0 WebView HTML component is catching on, allowing developers to integrate full-featured web content into their Java/JavaFX app. Example of a full application in less than 100 lines of code: Rendering HTML within JavaFX
- January 17, 2012, BeJUG BruJUG Oracle New Year event (“EclipseLink: The Evolution of Java Persistence in Java EE 7”), Vilvoorde, Belgium
- Jan 20th, EclipseLink @ Riviera JUG, Sophia Antipolis, France
- Jan 23-27, OOP 2012, Munich, Germany
- Jan 23-25, International Oracle User Group Summit (invitation only)
- Jan. 24, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (US)
- Feb. 7, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (EMEA/Russia)
- Feb. 9, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (Asia)
- Feb 4-5, FOSDEM, Brussels, Belgium
- Feb 13-15, Jfokus, Stockholm, Sweden
- Feb 28 - Mar 1, Embedded World, Nuremberg, Germany
- March 5-9, QCon London 2012
- March 19–21, 33degree, Krakow, Poland
- March 26-29, EclipseCon, Reston, USA
- April 18–20, Devoxx France, Paris
- April 4-5, JavaOne Japan
Feature InterviewAlok Patel is a Principal Product Manager with Java Mobile team. He helps drive the Operator Network APIs integration in Oracle Java Wireless Client (OJWC), industry-leading Java ME implementation from Oracle.
The Network API is a set of APIs provided by network operators to enable client/server access to major cellular network functionality such as messaging, location, and payment. It requires only the basic functionality of the mobile terminal, allowing for wide deployment in emerging markets such as BRICA. MIDlets on lower-end phones, hybrid applications on powerful feature phones—all can use Network API to enable a full range of related applications.