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Sun has produced the reference implementation for the released J2ME specifications, but they are not the only producers. In fact, the Sun reference implementation often leaves developers wanting for a virtual machine with better performance and smaller footprint. There are already several implementations of the various J2ME specifications and more surely to follow.
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esmertec s Jbed In chapters 8 through 10, we took you through the world of developing applications for Palm OS using Jbed Micro Edition CLDC, esmertec s IDE and virtual machine for developing applications in CLDC and KJava. esmertec claims that their virtual machine is up to fifty times faster than other virtual machines. esmertec also produces Jbed Profile for MID. This is an implementation of J2ME CLDC and MIDP. esmertec is a member of the PDAP Expert Group. So it can be expected that esmertec will have an implementation of the CLDC and PDAP when the new PDAP specification is available. Again, more information about esmertec and their Jbed products is available at: www.esmertec.com By the way, we should mention that the Jbed product provides more tools and utilities than were shown in this text. For example, Jbed provides a means to run and debug the application running on the emulator while still communicating with and providing information to the Jbed IDE. This is an especially important and timesaving feature while building J2ME applications. 429
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Motorola s Embedded Reference Implementation (MERI) Motorola serves and leads the Java Community Process Expert Group that developed the MIDP specification. It should then come as no surprise that Motorola has developed an implementation of the CLDC and MIDP specification. Motorola claims that their Embedded Reference Implementation (MERI) was the first Sun-certified implementation. While already available on Motorola s iDen Model i85 and Accompli Model 6288, as well as the 008 cellular telephones today, MERI can be ported to other equipment. Information on Motorola J2ME products and cell phones is available at:www.motorola.com/java
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There was life on consumer electronics and embedded devices before J2ME, even at Sun Microsystems. In the first chapter, you were told how Java started as a programming language for consumer electronics. Alongside J2ME, there have been a couple of other Java specifications and implementations prepared by Sun for putting Java on consumer electronics and embedded devices.
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PersonalJava PersonalJava (not a typo, there is no space between Personal and Java), also called the PersonalJava Application Environment (PJAE), is a Java application environment and Java virtual machine that was developed before J2ME and was written for personal, consumer and mobile devices, which is much the same space J2ME intends to provide for today. In fact, marketing literature from Sun suggests that PersonalJava was developed for web phones, digital set-top boxes, personal digital assistants, and car navigational systems. Information on PersonalJava is available from Sun Microsystems at: java.sun.com/products/personaljava Initially released around January 1998, PersonalJava is based on JDK 1.1.8. PersonalJava is guided by the PersonalJava API Specification, which is currently at version 1.2a. According to Sun, it will be transitioned into the CDC and Personal Profile in the near future. While PersonalJava is essentially JDK 1.1.8, there have been a couple of modifications to the specification requiring that PJAE contain some of the SDK 1.2 APIs. As of the 1.2 version of the PersonalJava specification, additional security has been added to comply with Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition, version 1.2.2 security. PJAE also now requires support for Java Native Interface 1.2.2. There are a few classes that are specific to the PJAE API. For example, a set of PJAE-specific classes in com.sun.util are provided for creating and managing timer events. In addition to inclusion of certain SDK 1.2 APIs, there are several optionally supported APIs. These are features that are not absolutely required, per the specification, but allow the specification implementer to provide if desired. However, if the implementer does choose to provide a given optional feature, then the implementation must support it completely per the standard edition JDK API.
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