By Christine Dorffi on Jun 10, 2009
The “Working with Bluetooth and GPS” series on the Bluetooth API (JSR-82) spawned a number of questions, which author Bruce Hopkins addresses in this follow-up tech tip.[Read More]
Bruce Hopkins describes how to use Java ME technology and its Bluetooth API (JSR-82) to access location data from wireless GPS devices, in this second of a two-part series. The JSR-172 (XML Parsing and Web Services) API is used to parse the result.[Read More]
In the first of this multi-part series, Bruce Hopkins describes how to construct a low-cost solution that allows you to install, debug, and test your JSR-82 applications on your computer, and how to read data from a Bluetooth-enabled GPS device.[Read More]
Tips for developers who use Java technologies (Java SE, Java ME, JavaFX) for mobile and embedded devices.