Wireless Java for Symbian Devices
AUTHOR: Allin, Jonathan and Bown, John
PUBLISHER: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
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From the foreword by Greg Papadopoulos, CTO, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Java on Symbian OS is a powerful programming environment that enables fast, secure deployment of applications and services onto a wide range of wireless devices. Symbian's Java implementation gives developers access to key wireless technologies, including telephony, contacts management, calendaring, Datagram messaging and power monitoring.
Complete with numerous illustrative and real-world examples, this 'from-the-source' guide provides developers with authoritative, practical and timely information on:
- using the Symbian Software Development Kits.
- the JavaPhone and Personal Java APIs, and how they are implemented.
- writing efficient and optimized code for constrained devices.
- understanding and working with Java on Communicator reference designs.
- creating games.
- accessing native functionality through JNI (Java Native Interface).
- creating wireless services.
- operator and service provider issues, including security, provisioning, rapid and reliable development.
PUBLICATION DATE: 10/8/2001