Bluetooth is a technology for wireless communication that functions in much the same way that home/office laptops connect to the Internet. It is typically used for short burst communications instead of a continuous connection. Because of this difference, Bluetooth is more typically found supported in wireless phones and personal devices. Bluetooth for Java is not an overview of Bluetooth. In the book, Bruce Hopkins and Ranjith Antony describe how to develop wireless Java applications using Bluetooth for a variety of platforms. This includes an API overview of the Java library, development of Bluetooth-based services, highlights of security concerns, and walkthroughs for development with some of the different tools available. Programs will not be just J2ME (micro devices)-based, but will also be for J2SE (client/desktop).the. MIDP. User. Interface. Components. The MIDP UI is logically composed of two APIs: high-level and low-level. ... When using the high-level UI components, you wona#39;t have direct control of the navigation or scrolling, or have direct access to the ... So, how do you store persistent data on a micro device? If you think about it, a mobile phone probably wouldna#39;t have a file system in order to store its data.
|Title||:||Bluetooth For Java|
|Author||:||Ranjith Antony, Bruce Hopkins|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2003-04-01|