Early Access to Java On Device Portal SDK

A Java mobile widget is a small chunk of Java ME code installed and operated by the Java On Device Portal (Java ODP) technology.

While other Java ODP solutions force developers to write mobile widgets using a proprietary scripting language, the Java ODP platform leverages Java ME technology. You can write widgets in pure Java and take advantage of Java's full capabilities, such as packages for Personal Information Management (PIM), location-based services (LBS), multimedia, and more.

Register here to join program to receive access to the Early Access SDK.

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Posted by willhiker on December 16, 2008 at 06:56 PM PST #

seeking help or comments in the regions of On Device Portal(s) and Virtual Machine
programing, First idea, was to see if pixels from a photo or page could be STACKED up
on one upon another(all of the same color) in order to Fold the "Object" into a smaller box, would this save machine space and or loading & processing in real time but may need a VM to construct.

2nd thought is anyone working on software & or hardware, for deployment of the coming
new wave of wireless communications in IEEE 802.20 internet transmissions distance?

Thank you for your time and allowing me to use your Early Access SDK

Posted by robert Buerger on January 16, 2009 at 04:43 PM PST #

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