By Christine Dorffi on Jan 11, 2010
Bruce Hopkins' latest technical article describes how Java Card 3.0 technology allows application developers to create and deploy servlet applications on smart card devices[Read More]
Bruce Hopkins serves up Part 2 of his series on Blu-ray Disc Java development. Part 2 extends the code that was used in the Part 1, so that the application can respond to user input. Of course, since a Blu-ray Disc player is a set-top device, you can't expect users to interact with it with a keyboard and mouse. So we're going to look at the APIs involved in responding to input from a remote control, regardless of whether the user used an infrared remote control or Bluetooth remote control (such as the one used on the Sony Playstation 3, or PS3, gaming console).[Read More]
Sun's Jennifer Yonemitsu interviews Digisoft.tv CEO John Allen to discuss the Java ME-based client platform for IPTV set-top boxes, using Sun's Java technology-based media client and Digisoft.tv's middleware/SDK.[Read More]
Bruce Hopkins compares the strengths and weaknesses of each platform in six significant categories: graphics, multimedia, local device accessibility, security, network connectivity, and miscellany.[Read More]
NetworkUtils, that defines a number of HTTP constants and a helper method that uses an
HttpConnectionto connect to a server over HTTP, get a resource, and return it as a
Tips for developers who use Java technologies (Java SE, Java ME, JavaFX) for mobile and embedded devices.