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MIDP

(Mobile Information Device Profile) A programming interface (API) for cellphones and pagers for the Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME). It provides support for a graphical interface, networking and storage of persistent data for "MID Profile" applications, also known as "midlets." See J2ME.
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Danger will now launch a number of products that are compliant with the Connected Limited Device Configuration and Mobile Information Device Profile specifications.
Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia launched on Monday (9 June) a new version of its Java developer suite supporting the Java Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 2.
Chapter 3, 'The Mobile Information Device Profile and MIDlets', is available to read online at http://www.
Future releases of CodeWarrior Development Tools for Symbian OS will deliver tighter integration with Symbian OS features, integration of Metrowerks' debugger for target device code, kernel debugging, support for the J2ME Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), and further elimination of command-line tasks.
According to HP, MicrochaiVM will also support the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) later this year.
Since then he has served in various ways, including representing Motorola on the Java ME Executive Committee and serving as the Maintenance Lead for JSR 37, Mobile Information Device Profile for the Java ME Platform (MIDP1) and JSR 118, MIDP2.
It can be downloaded to any mobile phone that has Java's Mobile Information Device Profile, a runtime environment for handhelds.
With the platform the upcoming Motorola V600 will support the J2ME Mobile Information Device Profile 2.
4 can store an unlimited number of Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) records to greatly improve the functionality, memory and processing power of mobile phones, RIM's Blackberry, Palm's Trio and other MIDP devices.
Entirely written in the J2ME Mobile Information Device Profile version of Java that is optimised for portable devices, the WAR browser is designed work like any other Java application on the mobile phone.
1, and an optimized implementation of the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 2.
Develoved for use in resource-constrained devices such as cell phones, pagers, personal digital assistants and point-of-sale terminals, the HP MicrochaiVM is compliant with the CLDC (Connected Limited Device Configuration) specification and later this year it will support the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP).

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