J2ME’s Communication Facilities in Theory and Practice

This paper discusses communication facilities provided by Java’s Micro Edition (J2ME) in theory and practice.


JavaTM has become a very powerful platform-independent programming language. Java Micro Edition (J2ME) is finally a version that offers a small enough footprint able to run on very resource limited mobile devices, such as mobile phones or PDAs. This paper discusses J2ME’s technical specifications and limitations compared to Java Standard Edition (J2SE) on one hand, as well as its built-in communication facilities, provided by the Generic Connection Framework (GCF) on the other. By providing reference solutions, which target known issues for network execution code, Nautiport’s flexible connection manager class will be presented.

BibTex Citation:

author = {Kerstner, Matthias},
title = {J2ME’s Communication Facilities in Theory and Practice},
year = {2009},
note = {\url{https://www.kerstner.at/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/J2ME_Communication_Facilities_in_Theory_and_Practice_Kerstner_2009.pdf}}

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