For outside Japan, Vodafone uses VSCL (Vodafone specific class
library) which is based on JSCL (J-phone). Vappli is basically a brand
name as Vodafone uses MIDP as a programming model and VSCL/JSCL are
additional APIs that extend the platfom with Vodafone specific
Japan: CDLC 1.0 + MIDP 1.0 + JSCL
Outside Japan: CLDC 1.1 + MIDP 2.0 + additional JCP APIs + VSCL
VSCL and JSCL have many classes in common (using different package
names). Because of the differences however, I think the platform is
not as similar in and outside Japan as i-mode.
On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 22:51:36 +0900, Mike Campbell <mjc_at_tkk.att.ne.jp> wrote:
> Does anyone know if Vodafone plans to support (or does support) the VSDK "Vappli" programming API on Vodafone networks outside Japan?
> I understand that iAppli seems to be supported on networks that have adopted iMode, so I am interested to understand if Vodafone will offer an OS independant programming API outside Japan.
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Received on Wed Feb 2 03:56:35 2005