The Connected Device Configuration (CDC) HotSpot Implementation is a fully compliant, Java virtual machine that is highly optimized for resource-constrained devices, such as consumer products and embedded devices. The CDC HotSpot Implementation combines excellent performance and reliability with a low memory footprint to meet the needs of a broad range of product scenarios.
The Connected Device Configuration (CDC), developed within the Java Community Process (JCP), is a framework for using Java technology to build and deliver applications that can be shared across a range of network-connected consumer and embedded devices, including smart communicators, high-end personal digital assistants (PDAs), and set-top boxes. Read More
Each Java technology has an API specification, a reference implementation (RI), and a technology compatibility kit (TCK) associated to it.
CDC 1.1.2 (JSR 218) defines a revision to the Java ME CDC specification. This JSR provides updates (based on J2SE, v1.4.2) to the existing core, non-graphical Java APIs for small electronic devices.
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