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Book Excerpt: Developing Jini Applications Using J2ME Technology

Joining the J2ME environment and Jini technology is an easy fit. Jini network technology enables small Java technology-enabled devices to talk with each other, and the J2ME environment enables the simple programming of small devices using the Java computing platform. This book will help you get a good start in the design and development of the next generation of connected Java technology-enabled small devices that will take the world beyond the personal computer.


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he world of Java technology is quickly changing from the world of the desktop computer and back-end servers to that of small consumer electronics and embedded devices. During the next few years small devices that connect to the Internet will far outnumber larger personal computers. Consumer products such as PDAs (personal digital assistants), cellular phones, game consoles, television set-top boxes, and car navigation systems will be the new launching pad for the Web.

Developing Jini Applications Using J2ME Technology is your key to understanding and avoiding the common traps and pitfalls that await developers approaching Jini and J2ME technology for the first time. Using practical examples, diagrams, and sample code, this book provides the detailed roadmap needed to design and implement the applications necessary to make a Jini network function successfully.

Chapter 6: "Jini Technology Basics" discusses Jini network terminology, the plug-and-work model, object protocols, leases, attributes, groups, and much more.



Download the PDF of Chapter 6: "Jini Technology Basics"

Reproduced from Developing Jini Applications Using J2ME Technology by permission of Addison-Wesley. ISBN 0201702444 copyright 2002. All rights reserved.



   
Hinkmond Wong is a software engineer with Sun Microsystems, Inc. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and an M.S. in computer engineering from Santa Clara University. Currently, Hinkmond Wong is the specification lead for the J2ME Connected Device Configuration (CDC) and Foundation Profile and also works on J2ME CDC-based libraries and the Personal Profile.
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