Monday, November 4, 2013

J2ME syllabus


Starting net beans

1.        J2ME overview :
2.        j2me overview ppt
·         Java 2 Micro Edition and the World of Java
·         Inside J2ME
·         J2ME Wireless Devices.
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2.       Small computing Technology:   Wireless Technology
3.       Radio data networks
4.       Microwave technology
5.       Mobile radio networks
6.       Messaging
7.       Personal digital assistants
UNIT-II
8.       J2me architecture and development environment
9.       J2me architecture
10.   Small computing device requirements
11.   Run-time environment
12.   MIDlet programming
13.   Java language for J2ME
14.   J2ME software development kits
15.   Hello world style
16.   Multiple MIDlets in a MIDlet suite
17.   J2me wireless toolkit
18.   The reality in a j2me world
19.   Best practices :
20.   COMMANDS
21.   Items
22.   Event processing
23.   User interfaces
24.   Display class
25.   The palm os emulator
26.   Command class
27.   Item class
28.   Exception handling
29.   Screen class
30.   Alert class


31.   Form class
32.   Item class
33.   List class

34.   Text box
35.   Ticker class
36.   Canvas
37.   User interactions
38.   Graphics

39.   Clipping regions
40.   Animation

Record management system
41.   Record storage

43.   Records
ByteArrayInputStream ppt
44.   Enumeration

45.   Sorting records
46.   Searching records
JDBC
48.   The concept of JDBC
49.   JDBC Driver types
50.   Jdbc packages
51.   Overview of the jdbc process
52.   Database connection
53.   Statement objects
54.   Result set
55.   Transaction processing
56.   Metadata
57.   Data types
58.   Exceptions
Jdbc and Embedded sql
59.   Model programs
60.   Tables
61.   Indexing
62.   Inserting data into tables
63.   Selecting data from a table
64.   Metadata
65.   Updating tables
66.   Deleting data form a table
67.   Joining tables
68.   Calculating data
69.   Grouping and ordering data
70.   Sub queries VIEWs
Generic Connection Framework
71.   The connection
72.   Hypertext Transfer Protocol
73.   Communication management Using HTTP commands
74.   Session management
75.   Transmit as a Backgroup Process



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