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The two virtual machines defined within the J2ME architecture provide for the characteristics defined in the configuration specifications. Each configuration has different needs and requirements that are reflected in their virtual machines. One of the primary concerns with battery-powered devices has to do with power consumption. Both of the J2ME virtual machines take into account the fact that they may need to run on a battery-powered device and must be conservative about how many CPU cycles are consumed to handle its responsibilities. Memory is also a driving issue behind the J2ME runtime environments. Small devices require small, efficient runtime engines. The J2ME virtual machines are optimized to be effective in small heap spaces. Finally, the portability factor of the reference implementations allows manufacturers and vendors to support J2ME quickly.
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15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 J2ME implementations 429 The other Sun specifications 430 Non-J2ME alternatives 435 Related Java technologies 438 15.5 15.6 15.7 15.8 Non-Java alternatives 442 Data storage and synchronization 444 J2ME supplementary technology 448 Summary 449
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J2ME technology is still in its infancy. Indeed, the hardware platforms and communication systems that support J2ME applications have just recently, within the last five years, become commercially viable, widely accessible, and an important part of the business world and our personal lives. We are all still learning what is possible and how to apply the technological possibilities to problems and needs. Think about it. How long have you owned your cellular telephone Do you own a PDA and how long have you had it Moreover, there has been and will continue to be an enormous amount of movement in the hot personal information and communications products that people have been attracted to and use. For example, sales of Palm OS systems accounted for over 85 percent of the handheld market as late as February 2001.1 But in June of 2001, Reuters reported that Palm was expected to lose that lead to Compaq s iPaq, at least in terms of revenue, some time during the summer of 2001.2 The race for producing good products that capture consumer attention and market share is unlikely to abate in the near future. Given the tumultuous nature of the consumer electronics and embedded device industry, it should come as no surprise that many companies are also competing to
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The Standard, Palm Losing Grip on Market Share, April 20, 2001. Reuters, Compaq iPaq will top Palm in market share, survey says, June 17, 2001.
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build better and more convenient services for these devices. Vendors and organizations providing these solutions are scrambling to keep up with the demand. The need for standards, such as J2ME, has never been more apparent. However, standards take time to become established and time to gain acceptance. With the void of widely accepted and practiced standards, consumers demand solutions. Solutions demand innovation regardless of the state of the standards, and, as we have seen, J2ME is still evolving and growing. Today, there are plenty of choices when contemplating the development of an application on consumer electronic or embedded devices. Sometimes, J2ME is not the right choice or even an available choice depending on the nature of the application. In this chapter, we explore some of the competing, supporting, and ancillary technologies and products that are often talked about in J2ME circles. We discuss each product in light of its relationship to J2ME. It is impossible, in a single chapter, to cover all of the technologies and products in the typical J2ME developer s radar screen. First of all, it is impossible to know them all, and second it is likely that, like the devices themselves, some of the hot development technologies and products of today will be gone tomorrow and replaced with products that were not known at the time this text was written. However, this chapter provides an insight into available options and areas to explore in preparation for your own development efforts.
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