J2ME Content Handler API, JSR 211

The J2ME Content Handler API (CHAPI) permits enhanced integration of J2ME applications into a device's application environment and manages the action to handle Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) based on a MIME-type or scheme. CHAPI provides the capabilities for browsers and native applications as well as J2ME applications to invoke other J2ME applications which dynamically extend the media types and capabilities supported by the device's application environment.
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June 10, 2005
Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.3 Beta is now available.This version of the toolkit is fully compatible with the Java Technology for the Wireless Industry (JTWI) specification (JSR 185). It also includes support for Wireless Messaging API (WMA) 2.0 (JSR 205), Mobile Media API (MMAPI) 1.1 (JSR 135), PDA Optional Packages (JSR 75), Java APIs for Bluetooth (JSR 82), Mobile 3D Graphics (JSR 184), and J2ME Web Services API (JSR 172).
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December 14, 2004
The SATSA Developer's Guide describes how to use the SATSA APIs in MIDP applications. It includes lucid explanations and example code that illustrate how to communicate with a smart card and how to use cryptographic services. It is based on the SATSA Reference Implementation 1.0. The book is available as HTML and PDF (264KB).
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November 8, 2004
J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2 is available.This version of the toolkit is fully compatible with the Java Technology for the Wireless Industry (JTWI) specification (JSR 185). It also includes support for Wireless Messaging API (WMA) 2.0 (JSR 205), Mobile Media API (MMAPI) 1.1 (JSR 135), PDA Optional Packages (JSR 75), Java APIs for Bluetooth (JSR 82), Mobile 3D Graphics (JSR 184), and J2ME Web Services API (JSR 172).
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CHAPI Technology
 
 

Specification:
CHAPI 1.0, (JSR 211): This specification defines a J2ME optional package and associated model permitting the invocation of J2ME Applications to handle actions on Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) based on the MIME-type or scheme.

 

Reference Implementation:
Application developers who want to test their application against the CHAPI 1.0 RI should download the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit, which includes additional tools and utilities targeted at the development of CHAPI compliant applications.

Technology Compatibility Kit:
The CHAPI technology compatibility kit (TCK) can be licensed from Sun to certify a CHAPI implementation on a specific platform.For more information about licensing terms, please contact Sun's Java Partner Engineering group.
 
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