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I have two goals:
    1. using Java SE application, communicate with a smartcard using ISO 7816-4 commands, access card's filesystem, etc.
    2. write a card Applet and execute on the card's internal JCRE (Java Card Runtime Environment)

I'm wondering if anyone has been through this before, and could offer any hints / words of wisdom on how to get started, or share any recommendations for books or articles to get up to speed.

 
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I've use an Arduino before to interface directly at the electrical level to the UICC's contacts and wrote some low-level C++ code to communicate at the byte-level.

This time I am wanting to use a card reader with a USB interface and javacard.framework interfaces and classes.

 
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