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Enterprise J2ME : developing mobile Java applications / Michael Juntao Yuan.

By: Yuan, Michael Juntao.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ ; New Delhi : Prentice Hall PTR ; Pearson Education, c2004Description: xxviii, 452 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0131405306 (pbk.); 9780131405301; 8129706946.Subject(s): Java (Computer program language) | Wireless communication systemsDDC classification: 005.133 Online resources: WorldCat details
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Table of contents Foreword. About the Book. Acknowledgments. I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Mobile Commerce: Visions, Realities, and Opportunities. Mobile Commerce Value Propositions. Mobile Technology Adoption. The Search for Killer Mobile Applications. Mobile Commerce Landscape. Summary. Resources. 2. J2M 2ME: Is Mobile Java Ready for Enterprise? Why Java? The Java Community Process. Java Everywhere. Java 2 Micro Edition Explained. Competing Technologies. Summary. Resources. II. END-TO-END ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS. 3. The Smart Client Paradigm: iFeedBack. Benefits of Smart Clients. Introducing iFeedBack. iFeedBack Usage Scenarios. Implementation Walk Through. Summary. Resources. 4. Managed Smart Clients. Container-Managed Applications. OSGi Containers. A Simple Echo Service Example. Smart Client with HTTP Front End. Mobile Gateways. Summary. Resources. 5. Mobile Design Patterns: The Smart Ticket Blueprint. Getting Started. Smart Ticket in Action. Important Architectural Patterns. Implementation Techniques. Summary. Resources. 6. Advanced HTTP Techniques. The Decorator Approach. The Process-Chain Approach. Session Tracking via HTTP Cookies. HTTP Basic Authentication. HTTP Digest Authentication. Secure HTTP. Summary. Resources. 7. End-to-End Best Practices. Limited Device Hardware. Slow, Unreliable Networks. Pervasive Devices. Ubiquitous Integration. The Impatient User. Summary. Resources. III. MOBILE MESSAGING APPLICATIONS. 8. Email and PIM. Basics of Email. Introducing Mail4ME. The JavaPhone API. The PDA Optional Package. Commercial Email and PIM Suites. Corporate Portal Servers. Summary. Resources. 9. Converged Mobile P2P 2P Messaging. Introducing the Wireless Messaging API. WMA in Action. WMA Reference Implementation. SMS from the Backend. Beyond SMS: The IM Convergence. SIP-Based IM Applications. Summary. Resources. 10. Enterprise Messaging. Mobile Enterprise Messaging. Introducing the JMS. Mobile JMS from iBus//Mobile. The IBM WebSphere MQ Everyplace. Summary. Resources. IV. MOBILE DATABASES AND SYNCHRONIZATION ENGINES. 11. Mobile Database for CDC Devices. Database on the Go. Introducing JDBC. Portable and Efficient Code Using PreparedStatement. Access Stored Procedures Using CallableStatement. The JDBC Optional Package for the CDC. HSQL Database Engine. iAnywhere Solutions SQL Anywhere Studio. IBM DB2 Everyplace. Oracle9i Lite. PointBase Micro Edition. Example Application: Contact Manager. Summary. Resources. 12. Mobile Databases for MIDP DP devices. PointBase Micro Edition. The Oracle J2ME SODA SDK. The IBM DB2e FastRecordStore. Summary. Resources. 13. Database Synchronization. Synchronization and Mobility. PointBase UniSync. IBM DB2 Everyplace. iAnywhere Solutions MobiLink. Oracle9i Mobile Server. The Synchronized Contact Manager. Summary. Resources. 14. Access Backend Databases. Direct Access to Remote Databases. The Oracle J2ME SQL SDK. Legacy Applications. Using Simplicity for Legacy Databases. Summary. Resources. V. XML AND MOBILE WEB SERVICES. 15. XML for Small Devices. What Is XML? Challenges for Small Devices. XML Parsing Models. Introducing Amazon XML Services. Amazon Services via XmlPull. Amazon Services via kDOM. A Mobile RSS Client. Summary. Resources. 16. SOAP Web Services on Smart Clients. What Is SOAP Web Services? Introducing kSOAP. kSOAP Explained. Advanced kSOAP. More kSOAP Examples. What's in kSOAP v2.0? Summary. Resources. 17. The J2M 2ME Web Services Optional Package. A Little History. The XML Processing API. The JAX-RPC API. The SPI for Implementers. Compare with kXML and kSOAP. Summary. Resources. 18. Case Study: Mobile Clients for Location on-Based Services. Location-Based Service. Microsoft MapPoint Web Services. MapPoint J2ME Clients. Enhancing the Driving Directions Application. Summary. Resources. VI. ADVANCED MOBILE SECURITY. 19. Mobile Security for Enterprise. What Is Advanced Mobile Security? Lightweight Mobile Cryptography Toolkits. Bouncy Castle Lightweight API. The IAIK ME JCE. Phaos Technology Micro Foundation Toolkit. NTRU jNeo for Java Toolkit. B3 Security. Device-Specific APIs. Standardization of J2ME Security APIs. Summary. Resources. 20. The J2M 2ME Crypto Recipes. Overview of Recipes. Symmetric Encryption. Password-Based Encryption. Public Key Encryption. Digital Signature. Summary. Resources. A: Basics of J2M 2ME Application on Development. Life Cycle Methods. UI Model. Remote and Local Data. Code Walkthrough. Packaging and Building. Deployment. Summary. B: Tools and J2M 2ME Runtimes for PDAs. Overview of the WebSphere Studio Device Developer. Installing MIDP on PocketPC Devices. Installing Personal Profile on PocketPC Devices. Run Java Applications on the PocketPC Device. Summary. Index.
Summary: Summary: A guide to J2ME development for application developers, architects and IT managers. The text covers basic J2ME profiles and popular mobile Java APIs. It provides complete sample code for each technology covered.
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Table of contents Foreword. About the Book. Acknowledgments. I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Mobile Commerce: Visions, Realities, and Opportunities. Mobile Commerce Value Propositions. Mobile Technology Adoption. The Search for Killer Mobile Applications. Mobile Commerce Landscape. Summary. Resources. 2. J2M 2ME: Is Mobile Java Ready for Enterprise? Why Java? The Java Community Process. Java Everywhere. Java 2 Micro Edition Explained. Competing Technologies. Summary. Resources. II. END-TO-END ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS. 3. The Smart Client Paradigm: iFeedBack. Benefits of Smart Clients. Introducing iFeedBack. iFeedBack Usage Scenarios. Implementation Walk Through. Summary. Resources. 4. Managed Smart Clients. Container-Managed Applications. OSGi Containers. A Simple Echo Service Example. Smart Client with HTTP Front End. Mobile Gateways. Summary. Resources. 5. Mobile Design Patterns: The Smart Ticket Blueprint. Getting Started. Smart Ticket in Action. Important Architectural Patterns. Implementation Techniques. Summary. Resources. 6. Advanced HTTP Techniques. The Decorator Approach. The Process-Chain Approach. Session Tracking via HTTP Cookies. HTTP Basic Authentication. HTTP Digest Authentication. Secure HTTP. Summary. Resources. 7. End-to-End Best Practices. Limited Device Hardware. Slow, Unreliable Networks. Pervasive Devices. Ubiquitous Integration. The Impatient User. Summary. Resources. III. MOBILE MESSAGING APPLICATIONS. 8. Email and PIM. Basics of Email. Introducing Mail4ME. The JavaPhone API. The PDA Optional Package. Commercial Email and PIM Suites. Corporate Portal Servers. Summary. Resources. 9. Converged Mobile P2P 2P Messaging. Introducing the Wireless Messaging API. WMA in Action. WMA Reference Implementation. SMS from the Backend. Beyond SMS: The IM Convergence. SIP-Based IM Applications. Summary. Resources. 10. Enterprise Messaging. Mobile Enterprise Messaging. Introducing the JMS. Mobile JMS from iBus//Mobile. The IBM WebSphere MQ Everyplace. Summary. Resources. IV. MOBILE DATABASES AND SYNCHRONIZATION ENGINES. 11. Mobile Database for CDC Devices. Database on the Go. Introducing JDBC. Portable and Efficient Code Using PreparedStatement. Access Stored Procedures Using CallableStatement. The JDBC Optional Package for the CDC. HSQL Database Engine. iAnywhere Solutions SQL Anywhere Studio. IBM DB2 Everyplace. Oracle9i Lite. PointBase Micro Edition. Example Application: Contact Manager. Summary. Resources. 12. Mobile Databases for MIDP DP devices. PointBase Micro Edition. The Oracle J2ME SODA SDK. The IBM DB2e FastRecordStore. Summary. Resources. 13. Database Synchronization. Synchronization and Mobility. PointBase UniSync. IBM DB2 Everyplace. iAnywhere Solutions MobiLink. Oracle9i Mobile Server. The Synchronized Contact Manager. Summary. Resources. 14. Access Backend Databases. Direct Access to Remote Databases. The Oracle J2ME SQL SDK. Legacy Applications. Using Simplicity for Legacy Databases. Summary. Resources. V. XML AND MOBILE WEB SERVICES. 15. XML for Small Devices. What Is XML? Challenges for Small Devices. XML Parsing Models. Introducing Amazon XML Services. Amazon Services via XmlPull. Amazon Services via kDOM. A Mobile RSS Client. Summary. Resources. 16. SOAP Web Services on Smart Clients. What Is SOAP Web Services? Introducing kSOAP. kSOAP Explained. Advanced kSOAP. More kSOAP Examples. What's in kSOAP v2.0? Summary. Resources. 17. The J2M 2ME Web Services Optional Package. A Little History. The XML Processing API. The JAX-RPC API. The SPI for Implementers. Compare with kXML and kSOAP. Summary. Resources. 18. Case Study: Mobile Clients for Location on-Based Services. Location-Based Service. Microsoft MapPoint Web Services. MapPoint J2ME Clients. Enhancing the Driving Directions Application. Summary. Resources. VI. ADVANCED MOBILE SECURITY. 19. Mobile Security for Enterprise. What Is Advanced Mobile Security? Lightweight Mobile Cryptography Toolkits. Bouncy Castle Lightweight API. The IAIK ME JCE. Phaos Technology Micro Foundation Toolkit. NTRU jNeo for Java Toolkit. B3 Security. Device-Specific APIs. Standardization of J2ME Security APIs. Summary. Resources. 20. The J2M 2ME Crypto Recipes. Overview of Recipes. Symmetric Encryption. Password-Based Encryption. Public Key Encryption. Digital Signature. Summary. Resources. A: Basics of J2M 2ME Application on Development. Life Cycle Methods. UI Model. Remote and Local Data. Code Walkthrough. Packaging and Building. Deployment. Summary. B: Tools and J2M 2ME Runtimes for PDAs. Overview of the WebSphere Studio Device Developer. Installing MIDP on PocketPC Devices. Installing Personal Profile on PocketPC Devices. Run Java Applications on the PocketPC Device. Summary. Index.

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A guide to J2ME development for application developers, architects and IT managers. The text covers basic J2ME profiles and popular mobile Java APIs. It provides complete sample code for each technology covered.

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