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MobLRC is client/server technology for remote control some of your favorite linux programs (like amarok and kaffeine) from your mobile phone. The communication is through mobile internet connection like GPRS.
A Mobile UI API that provides all the functionalities of the Native UI implementation available on J2ME Midp Platform.
The purpose of this project is to modify SmartEiffel to allow it to be used to create applications for mobile device platforms such as Symbian, BREW, and J2ME. Currently the codebase is based on SmartEiffel 1.0, but we are looking into moving over to Sma
MobileRss is a RSS aggregator for J2ME enabled mobile phones that support MIDP 2.0. It has the following features; Group RSS feeds into categories (eg. Sports, News etc) Add edit or delete those categories. Add edit or delete URLs Save RSS feed.
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
This project is an attempt to implement Multiplayer Pacman game for J2ME environment using Bluetooth Stack (JSR-082).
This is a set of NFC applications that uses a common framework that interacts with the JSR 257. There are two application examples: NFCMuseum and Picking.
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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.
This project includes all the applications developed within the Ocean Consulting (R&D:Research & Development and others).
The goal of this project is to realize an open source complete graphical GPS environment(not just a tracker but also a navigator with vocal instructions) compatible with all the device that are j2Me compliant and with all the NMEA GPS receiver even BT.
Get information about delays in systems like public transport systems by the users of such systems, Use this collected information to calculate a forecast of the point of time of an upcoming event like an arrival.
This is an OpenSSL wrapper for Java for multiple platforms. The wrapper uses asynchronous OpenSSL interfaces, so it might be used in the style of JDK 1.5 SSL engine. The wrapper uses SSL engine of OpenSSL directly rather than just cryptogrphaphy.
Its an Instant Messenger for NOKIA S60 Mobile Phones. It provides chat functionality for Google accounts.
This tool allows that its users can manage its finances personal. The same tool will also allow to definition and accomplishment of goals based in the budgetary planning.
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This software reads a XML file and ask the user the question wrote on it. It is made for JME system.
The main objective of this project is to access the personal computer system files in the directory at remote area through mobile phone, by using GPRS Technology. The end-user can create, edit, update, view and delete the text files residing in the PC.
Remote Access VoIP is a bachelor science of Computer Engineering Thesis. Remote access VoIP aims to enable voice over IP services on mobile devices.
We aim to create a Final Fantasy style rpg in java for mobiles.
A collection of simple to use java based tools to run on your mobile phone, specifically, those that run on the the S60 platform or any standard mobile platform that supports Java