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Java 2

Java 2

The second version of Java which added numerous enhancements, including the Swing GUI library, accessibility and 2D libraries, drag and drop capabilities, support for audio files and digital certificates as well as enhanced security tools. Java 2 also provided a JIT compiler and a CORBA ORB. The Java 2 nomenclature was later dropped; for example, the J2EE Enterprise Edition became Java EE. See Java EE, Java SE, Java ME and Swing.
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0, full Java 2 Enterprise Edition and Java 2 Micro Edition 2.
The latter offers support for numerous mobile Java specifications, including Java 2 Micro Edition Personal Profile and MIDP 2.
The JCP hopes to also define when and how JSRs span multiple editions of the Java platform, such as Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME).
EnhydraME delivers an Open Source Micro Application server that targets Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) devices and appliances as both a client and server platform.
Symbian's EPOC operating system, Microsoft Window's CE operating system, and Sun Microsystems' Java 2 Micro Edition platform are supported by the OMAP architecture.
J2SE has been the poor relation to its cousins, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), which caters to business systems and web services, and Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) that is a popular development platform for mobile devices.
The Nokia 3510 is targeted at the European, African and Asia-Pacific markets and is Nokia's first phone in the expression category to have GPRS capability while the Nokia 3410 is meant for European and African markets and features Java 2 Micro Edition support.
Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) applications running on Palm OS will use MobileSynth to create music and sound effects during interactive gaming.
Windows is being steamrollered by Sun Microsystems Inc's Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) in Asia while Nokia Corp, the world's largest handset manufacturer, has resisted Windows on its devices.
The Wall Street Journal Mobile" will be available on both BREW(R) and Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME(TM)) platforms, and the application will be downloadable to phones from the carriers' wireless application catalogs.
Supported content formats include the major scripting and web markup languages, rich audio and visual content, and applications written in C and C++, complementing Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME, but now in MIDP2.
TipicME is based on Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) and is compliant with the Open Jabber Protocol (XMPP).