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Hi All,

I am new to J2ME though I have more than 2 years java programming experience since my college. I want to learn J2ME as I am working CDMA Telecom domain. I have J2ME complete Reference to start my journey to learn J2ME. I am Sun Certified Java Programmer. What all require to learn J2ME

- Java Enabled Mobile Phone !! Is this a must or any simulator availbale
- any editor (netbeans)
- which J2ME edtion that i need to install

please help me to start my J2Me journey
 
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First, download the Wireless Toolkit from Sun. The most recent production or even the newest Beta is good.

This is an emulator, gives you the jar files you need, and can compile and other stuff.

The Editor you use is your choice. NetBeans has a nice Integration witht he Wireless Toolkit, but any IDE will work even the free Eclipse.

You don't have to have a J2ME phone, but it is nice to be able to see you app on a real phone rather than always through the emulator in the Wireless Toolkit.

I'd also recommend Apress's Wireless Java book from Jonathan Knudsen.

Mark
 
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Hi all,

Thank you very much for the Information provided, I have installed the Java Wireless Toolkit 2.3(beta), Netscape IDE with Mobility pack addon also.
Now I have started reading the J2ME Code Camp book to understand the architecture.

My J2ME learning has started

Ganesh S
 
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Have fun Ganesh. Any questions feel free to post them and we will help you out.

Mark
 
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