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How to use Canvas class in J2ME

Hi guys 🙂 Today I am going to write about how to use the Canvas class in J2ME. Actually you may think why I choose to write about a class instead of writing a complete application. The reason is, next … Continue reading

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Chat application in J2ME

Hi, friends 🙂 Today I am going to implement a chat application. Using this application you can chat each other if the two devices are in a same network. Actually the full application contains Chat Server and Chat Client. When … Continue reading

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How to send and receive SMS in J2ME

Hi friends…! In my previous post I have shown you sending SMS in J2ME. In this post also I am using that sending SMS part again and addition to that I have included receiving SMS part also. I have used separate class … Continue reading

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Sending SMS app in J2ME

Greetings friends 🙂 Today I am going to develop a mobile application which has SMS (Short Message Service) sending functionality. Specialty is I am going to use an optional package named as Wireless Messaging API to accomplish my task. There are some … Continue reading

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How to add commands to Alert in J2ME

Today I am going to write a simple application after those series of PhoneBook applications 🙂 In this post you will be able to get to know how to add commands to an Alert. Other than that I have included … Continue reading

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Implementing Phone Book application in J2ME (step-3)

Hi, guys 🙂 I want to end up this PhoneBook series from this post. First I thought to add SMS functions to this series and then had a second thought to do it in  a different post to reduce the … Continue reading

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Implementing Phone Book application in J2ME (step-2)

This post continues my previous post about “Implementing Phone Book application in J2ME (step-1). So in this post you will be able to get to know how to put your new contacts in to an array type according to a … Continue reading

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