I have enough knowledge of j2ee as i have been working as a java programmer for last 4 years.
now our one project needs development in j2me .
but i am not aware with technology.
1. for j2me application, hosting server is different or we can use the same hosting server on which we normally uploaded our j2ee website?
2. what details should we keep in mind for developing a j2me application?
3. what point should we keep in mind, if i want to run my code on all the mobile (iphone, nokia, motorola..all )?
4. what kind of webserver we have to use for developing a j2me application?
AS i am begineer for j2me, i don't have any idea about it so please help me.
Meanwhile, if you can answer my following question than it will be more helpful to me.
1. what kind of hosting server is required to host j2me application? (our requirement is we want to make one html page which run on mobile on demand like gmail and other sites are running)
2. if i want to make my site running on all type of mobile ( iphone, nokia, motorola..all )then what should i do ?
Joined: Oct 14, 2009
better you have to go the development of wireless application for mobile devices insted of J2ME Appl..
The technology you'll use for wireless development is the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) , WAP is supported by most of the world's
there is no need to host your j2me application in any web server.
let me know your actual requirements & about your project ,I can help you according this.
but, my website is on hosting server. and of course the content of the product page (url which i sent them through sms)is dynamically generated.
and then they are able to access it through mobile. like we are accessing gmail or yahoo from mobile.
It sounds like this would be a web site optimized for mobile access, not a JME application.
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Joined: Dec 17, 2008
if i have posted it on wrong place.
so if i have to make my web site optimized for mobile acces then what should i do?
thanks for the guidance.
Joined: Dec 17, 2008
thanks for all your suggestions.
and you are right i am on the wrong track.
but now i found a solution.
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Mobile phones obviously have a comparatively small screen, so you'll want to remove everything that's not essential. Mobile browsers also tend to lag behind desktop browsers in terms of features, so you'll want to go easy on cutting edge web technologies. As an example, compare the mobile version of JavaRanch with the standard version: http://www.coderanch.com/t/477101/Ranch-Office/JavaRanch-goes-mobile