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Janet Crosbie

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J2ME Games with MIDP2 (View in Chapters Library)
by Carol Hamer
Posted: Jul 21, 2004 5:39 PM
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ISBN: 1590593820
Publisher: Apress LP
Publication Date: June 2004
Edition: 1st
Binding: Paperpack
Number of Pages: 304

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If you're looking for a book written by a games industry insider with a clear voice, this is it

If you're looking for a book written by a games industry insider with a clear voice, this is it. The excellent text is complemented by rich, well-written example games. From graphics to sound to networking, this book will teach you how to create games using the full power of MIDP 2.0"
Jonathan Knudsen, Author and developer

Java 2ME (Micro Edition) is the client-side Java development platform for building wireless Java-based cell phone and PDA applications. This book addresses the fun challenge of building game applications for these kinds of portable devices. Author Carol Hamer shows you how to use J2ME for developing, using the latest MIDP 2.0 specification.

If you are new to developing with J2ME, we recommend you first read Jonathan Knudsen’s Wireless Java: Developing with J2ME, Second Edition. We suggest that you read this book second, then complete the "series" with David Croft’s Advanced Java Game Programming, for a complete Apress experience of game developing with Java.



Author Information

Carol Hamer - Carol Hamer is a professional Java developer. She has written several J2ME games using the MIDP 2.0 games API. Carol has a strong knowledge of the workings of the JVM having written (in C) a CLDC-compliant bytecode verifier. Carol has written software (in Java) to communicate with mobile devices using web binary XML and other binary formats. She has also written thread-safe multithreaded applications, including a multiplayer card game application/applet.

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