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After almost one year after the announcement of the Java Card 3.0, Sun finally releases Java Card 3.0! A future not so distant is waiting for us to develop applications really interesting under platforms as iPhone and Android with the security that Java Card applications can provide. We'll have to wait to see the next generation of smart cards (including SIMs) with Java Card 3.0 (or newer) in...
on Apr 4, 2008
Many Java Developers working with Java Card around the world would like to receive more attention from the market like a SUN suported certification program, for example. Would you be interested in a Sun "Java Card Developer Certification Program"? I published a form with some questions to know more about a possible demand for a Java Card certification program. Please participate - filling the...
on Feb 28, 2008
APDU is defined at ISO 7816 and means "Application Protocol Data Units", where two structured string of bytes, a Command APDU (C-APDU) and a Response APDU (R-APDU) controls the communication between the host (like the Desktop computer) and the smart card, where the smart card receives a C-APDU from the host and returns C-APDU. In the C-APDU, the first four bytes are mandatory, they are: CLA -...
on Aug 14, 2007