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Jump is a software development tool for Java on the PalmOS platform. It compiles Java classfiles to self-contained 68K assembly language programs for Pila.
Kellner Meister ist ein in Superwaba implementierte Programm und steht unter der GNU General Public License. Der Kellner Meister erleichtert Service Mitarbeiten in der Gastranomie das aufnehmen und abwickeln von Bestellungen.
Kork; Virtual Corkboard online (and offline) to keep yourself updated with friends, posts "notes", write-on abilities, etc.
The Location Trader Project wants to provide free and reliable positioning information for mobile clients to enable location based services independently from certain network operators and in heterogeneous network environments.
MGnutella is a J2ME implementation of gnutella v0.6 p2p network protocol. It is in alpha stage now, which is not stable,not well tested and fragile. We are planning to develop both for devices supporting MIDP 2.1 and Android OS.
MID(Disc)Golf is a golf score-keeping application for mobile phones with J2ME/MIDP, allowing you to easily keep score out on the course. Although very usable for ball golf and derivatives, it's designed specifically with disc golf in mind.
This is software for display geographical maps, written on C++. It's small and simple library, which allow to use it on PDA (like Palm and Windows Mobile) and desktop.
Meccala is a web blog system wo build a Tiny MVC (like struts.)to meet the requirement for our project, this kind of implementation performs perfect in our project.
Mens is a collection of simple, easy to use menstruation calendars for a number of platforms. So far, there is one for mobile devices like PDAs and cell phones that can run Java programs.
MetaORB is a highly configurable and adaptable new-generation middleware platform for distributed applications development.
Michimalonco is a relational Database engine written in SuperWaba. It offer a small solution for PDA (Palm O.S. and WinCE).
A Mini database system written in java/superwaba, to store data aproach to other table-based database systems using Catalogs.
MicroSafe is a J2ME 1.0 application to store and access notes in a hierarchical data structure (outline) on mobile devices (CLDC - Connected Limited Device Configuration). Notes can be encrypted to store data like PINs, passwords, etc. securely.
Since you have no rendering control in Java MIDP this library provides components on which you can control the look&feel. Full MIDP compatible (Works on all MIDP JVM). Small: Adds only 50-60k to a midlet. Fast to learn and to use (full javadoc).
This project is an xpath processor built for the j2me platphorm. I couldn't find any xpath processor that would fit the limited resources of a mobile phone so I decided to write my own. Part of Active xml project (www-rocq.inria.fr/verso/Gemo/Projects
This is a Instant Messenger for mobile(j2me enabled), Currently Supporting Jabber protocol.
Wireless and Small Devices implementations normally support the Http Connection interface, which allows application to be portable across different mobile information devices by using HTTP as the underlying protocol. HTTP in spite of obvious advantages i
This is a 2d tile-based RPG (Role Playing Game) engine targetted at the J2ME / MIDP application platforms (PDAs, java-enabled cellphones) but is also cabable of running on a J2SE enabled platform (either applet or stand alone java app).
This is an application to research a Vélib' station with available bikes or free parks. Includes maps to display the results and history handling. Uses kXML for XML parsing and Google Maps Mobile for geocoding, itinerary and maps generation.
A J2ME Weblog Client for mobile devices that allows you to post to your weblog from java-enabled devices. MobileBlogger allows you to connect with many weblog systems such as Blogger, Movable Type, pMachine, and more.
MoioChart is a Java library to draw function plots, bar graphs, pie graphs, etc. It can work with Swing, SWT, and SuperWaba (an open source Java-like environment for handhelds and smartphones).
An Offline Webpage Viewer to be used with multiple devices including PalmOS, PocketPC, Symbian OS, J2ME enabled mobiles and Sun Java supported platforms (etc. Windows,Linux,Unix,MacOS). It uses the Plucker format for saving data. Its code is based on the
Keep you costs on your mobile device. Quick add, edit, remove costs, multiple currencies, reports, filters.
The core of NetStereo is the server, which runs on a computer with a sound card and plays music, primarily MP3s. What makes the NetStereo server special is that it accepts commands from remote clients. The clients are stateless and can be connected and di
OMMP is a community driven open source platform for developing mobile mashups (aka moshups) for mass-market devices. With OMMP, you can create fully functional widgets/applications that work on almost all mobile devices within a few hours.