BlueLCD is a J2ME application that emulates a serial text LCD screen,
so it can be used to show computer information using in a independently
of the OS.
Bookshelf is a text reader for your mobile phone.
Cash2ME is a J2ME midlet that keeps track of expenses.
It supports using the COM ports (Irda, USB, etc.) of
your mobile to sync with your computer (OTA/GPRS is on the way).
The export format is QIF, so you will be able to sync with GnuCash
or any other QIF-capable software.
The Groceries application can be used to create grocery lists and keep track on what items you have already collected. The application can store multiple lists and one list can hold multiple items.
This project is opened for vocabulary memorizing, but not limit,
base on J2ME mobile device. There are 2 components in project,
a J2ME(MIDP 2.0) vocabulary-card reader, named kMemorize ,
and a J2SE vocabulary-card authoring tool.
Menstral tracks women's menstrual cycles and indicates the fertile days.
Car Manager is J2ME application that runs on your mobile phone.
User can store gasoline fill-up information on the application and
the application can automaticly calculate the average consuption based
on the fill-up entries.
Odysseus is a J2ME application for mobile devices that manages
checklists, like shopping lists or 'todo' lists.
The lists are organized in folders. For each list
item the user can store a name, notes, and a 'done' flag.
Export as text is supported, e.g. to send a list as an SMS.
It is a class with a static method which receive an array with the
gzip data and returns an array with the uncompressed data.
A modified version of JZLIB, which may work on devices with very
low memory amounts available, such as J2ME mobile phones.
JVending is a system that handles stocking of content (J2ME, MMS,
Ring Tones) and that provisions the content to mobile devices.
MobileRPC is a tool which generates all necessary files to enable
Remote Procedure Calls between J2ME client application and Java
Mobile i2e is a MIDP adaptation of the Linux translator "i2e".
It supports i2e and idp dictionary file types.
Support for new dictionary file types can be added with little effort.
The "Open Device Monitoring and Tracking Protocol", otherwise known as
OpenDMTP, is a protocol and framework that allows bi-directional data communications
between servers and devices (clients) over the Internet and similar networks. OpenDMTP is
particularly geared towards Location-based information (LBS) such as GPS, as well as
temperature and other data collected in remote-monitoring devices. OpenDMTP is small,
and is especially suited for micro-devices such as PDA's, mobile phones, and custom OEM devices.
SerME is very simple serialization and persistence library.
It is intended to be used at J2ME (MIDP 1.0 and MIDP 2.0) which is not providing reflection and serialization
capabilities. SerMe is able to store data using two APIs: (1) - RMS (javax.miroedition.rms) is
standard for J2ME an dincluded in MIDP 1.0, (2) - using files, which are supported by javax.miroedition.io.file
package which is optional package for MIDP 2.0 implemented mostly on smartphones and PDA devices.
The Saferoom mobile application is a database for your passwords and usernames.
TimeTable ME is a timetable platform written in J2ME, Java MicroEdition.
It allows any train operators to easily create a portable schedule/timetable
application that runs on any PDA/mobile devices supporting J2ME MIDP 2.0.
Sample implementation contains the current schedule for CalTrain, the
train system in San Francisco Bay Area.
Consult Yoda everytime you want to take serious desicions!
A Magic 8-ball clone.