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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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'J2ME in a Nutshell' by Kim Topley is an introduction to Java 2 Micro Edition which contains sections on the essential APIs for various device types and deployments.
Learn Java 2 Micro Edition, Grada Publishing, ISBN 80-247-0444-7, Praha
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The product is the first free, Open Source Java IDE to fully support, out-of-the-box, Java 2 Standard Edition 5.0, full Java 2 Enterprise Edition and Java 2 Micro Edition 2.0 application development.
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The Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) would enable developers to implement additional communications protocols beyond HTTP, including Bluetooth and Short Messaging Service (SMS), according to the company.
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