Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition

Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition

(language, programming)
(J2ME) Sun's Java platform for consumer devices.

J2ME defines Configurations and Profiles for different classes of small memory device, from smart cards to pagers to set-top boxes. It can run on various Java virtual machines including KVM.

Related products include PersonalJava and EmbeddedJava.

See also the Standard edition J2SE and the Enterprise edition J2EE.

(Home (http://javasoft.com/j2me/)}.
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