Mobile Device Tools provides a set of tools to help J2ME MIDP developers with Java implementations on new devices. The three tools are "Keys", which tests which events are generated by which keys and finds the key codes of non-standard keys, "Specs", which finds the basic device information and the support for the various optional JSRs, and "ClassBrowser", which provides information about feature support by allowing the user to explore the hierarchy of the classes present on the device.
mobileTV is a clone of the PC/Amiga game "Mad TV". The objective of the game is to manage a TV station. Scheduling the daily program includes placing movies and commercials. An hourly newscast also requires attention, as viewers want to see the latest, most interesting (and most expensive) stories. The player can produce shows, movies, and series. mobileTV should run on most recent mobile phones.
Navlet is a navigation system for mobile devices such as PDAs, smart phones, and cell phones. It retrieves positioning data from any NMEA capable GPS receiver and displays the position on a digital map. External GPS receivers can be connected via a serial cable or Bluetooth. If your mobile device is connected to the Internet, it can download maps from a map server, or alternative use locally stored maps. It is also able to send the GPS data to a server via an HTTP connection.
struts timeEntry is a self training application that developers can use while learning Apache's Struts framework. Often when learning a new language, library, or framework, developers find that the example code they are presented with is academic and "best case". They find it difficult to locate real-world case studies in which the language, library, or framework have been put into practice. struts timeEntry strives to be a real-world application that utilizes the struts framework fully.