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This week we launch the new Mobile and Embedded Community podcast series with an introduction to the community. Leader Roger Brinkley and Technical Evangelist Terrence Barr describe the resources available for Mobile and Embedded developers.
Biswajit Sarkar looks at JSR 75's FileConnection API and how it's actually used on real-world devices to offer a sophisticated file-access API.
Biswajit Sarkar shows how to implement your own copy and paste functionality for use on Java ME phones.
Biswajit Sarkar shows how to have a Java ME midlet call a PC-hosted servlet to get data from desktop to mobile device.
Vikram Goyal sets out to handle RTSP-based streaming media on Java ME with MMAPI. It doesn't work, but he'll show you what needs to change to make this possible.
Kobi Krasnoff introduces game development in Java ME by showing the pieces that make up a simple basketball game for mobile phones.
Edward Lineberry shows you how to get started developing BlackBerry-specific J2ME applications.
In part four of this J2ME tutorial, you will use the Mobile Media API 1.1 (MMAPI) to load and play audio and video on your MIDP device.
Thomas Kunneth continues exploring J2ME by looking at how to paint directly to the screen--a crucial need for game and multimedia developers.
Thomas Künneth continues exploring J2ME with a look at persistence via RecordStores.