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Java Mobile APIs Progress as JavaOne Nears

This summer's JavaOne will continue to highlights opps for Java devs to enter the booming sector of mobile development, for both consumer and enterprise use. As the countdown to the show continues, a number of key mobile-Java JSRs are working their way through the standards process. Integration Developer News takes a look at rapid progress on the push to agree on Java APIs for a variety of mobile apps, including scanners, RFID and remote inventory.

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Smarter Mobile Java Framework Eyed for 2005

A new push is on for a smarter, less finicky Java mobile architecture -- with the goal of making it easier for Java/J2ME architects and devs to design, deploy, develop and manage mobile apps. See what in the plans from Nokia, Orange, Sony and others of the biggest names in mobile.

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Java APIs Target Mobile Scanners, RFID

Two new JSRs that would help Java support poised-to-explode RFID and remote inventory sectors are under review by the Java Community Process. JSR 256 and 257, spearheaded by Nokia, continue to push J2ME to the forefront of JCP activity, with 8 of the last 11 JSRs based on J2ME/mobile devs. Take a look at how these JSRs could boost mobile IT prospects in 2005.

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2 More Steps Forward for Java Mobile Devs

Sun, along with Nokia, Orange, Vodafone and other leading Java-enabled handset makers and mobile carriers, are taking steps to help push bigger and better mobile apps development in Java/J2ME. Take a closer look at new JSRs for making Java app dev more portable across handsets. Also, Sun starts the countdown on the January 2005 requirement for all Java mobile apps to pass through the Java Verified testing and certification program.

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Mobile Vendors Aim for Common Java Framework

A new push is on by some of the biggest names in mobile to make it easier for Java/J2ME architects and devs to design, deploy, develop and manage mobile apps. See how the two latest JSRs (248 and 249), along with nearly a dozen wireless device and infrastructure providers, including Sun, are looking to chip away at Java mobile complexities.

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Java Devs Face MetaData Agendas in 2004

Java devs could get at least two metadata reference implementations to play with early next year. The JCP has said it would have an early release RI for J2SE 1.5 (Tiger), and BEA has said they are gearing up for an early release of an RI for its JSR 181, whether or not it has full JCP approvals by then. IDN spoke with Onno Kluyt, Program Director at the JCP, to get a feel for what may be coming, and how devs can keep a straight head -- and maybe even put in their own comments.

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Java, .NET Devs Get New Site for Portal Help

A group of software tools providers have gotten together to provide Java and .NET devs some help with their portal and custom UI projects using some of the latest standards. Launched last week at SourceForge, the portal features support for JSR 168, as well as cross-platform support via the emerging set of WSRP standards. See how the new POST portal, fitted with open tools and patterns, may change your next portal project.

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Java Vendors Look To Add Jolt To Tech, Community

On the eve of next week's JavaOne, there are signs that the major Java vendors -- IBM, Oracle, BEA, Sun, Borland and many others -- are each in their own way looking to re-invigorate the development language, and the community. See where the pushes -- and pulls -- will come from in the Java world this summer.

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