Many Java and BREW applications (but not all) with a little ingenuity can
be done entirely in
xhtml or on really old handsets hdml (in the case of KDDI), without the need
for a JAVA or BREW app at all. You can put a lot of the logic server side and
have all sorts of small dynamic pages... but in some cases, connection costs
will run high.
But if you really want an app like thing, you may wish to try out I think
called SMIL, a kind of Flash preprogrammed app. Those are available on many
Supposedly, your handset supports BREW 3.1!!! (much more functional
than BREW 2), supports SMIL, and correspondingly Flash Lite and Flash anime.
WAP 2.0 (aka KDDI specific XHTML), I don't see any Java support listed... but
maybe it will
work if you try.
I'd need to try out all these things on the handset to be sure how well
If you want to try something wacky.... Qualcomm has been going on for ages
JAVA support from BREW.... you can write a Java appli and try and run it from
BREW, since its a 3.1 handset!
Meghan Deutscher wrote:
> Thank you for the quick response. That saved me a lot of headache.
> Then last question - if I want to develop a homemade application, are
> there any options besides BREW? This is my keitai:
> Thank you -M
--Its in every one of us to be wise...
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ever knowing why...its in every one
Received on Thu Jun 15 18:03:55 2006