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J2ME versus .NET: Reloaded

Michael Yuan
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Like they say in the Matrix Reloaded, it is all about choices and purposes. Now, here is the second installment of my JavaWorld series article comparing J2ME versus .NET Compact Framework. (check out the cool Konfu graphics on JavaWorld homepage
Let the mobile games begin, Part 2: J2ME and .Net Compact Framework in action
In the article, I demonstrated an end-to-end application that uses a .NET Web services backend; an Apache Axis middleware; and three mobile frontends using J2ME/MIDP, J2ME/Personal Profile and the .NET Compact Framework. Screen shots and source code available!
Now, do you want to take the red pill?
[ May 19, 2003: Message edited by: Michael Yuan ]

Seam Framework:
I agree. Here's the link:
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