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Check the attached zip file below, there is sample project with source code
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Implementing a Local Cache to Manage Resources

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J2ME Technical Articles

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Re: J2ME Technical Articles


tbilisoft wrote:
J2ME Technical Articles

This is good, thanks.

How about the same - list of all articles, for BlackBerry?
Well, maybe not all but at least recent (2008/9)? Smiley Happy
I saw several links started as h t t p://www.blackberry.com/knowledgecenterpublic/livelink.exe/fetch...
but then go some numbers.
Where did you get them from?
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Re: J2ME Technical Articles

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In most cases J2ME articles are applicable for BB Development.

 

Also you can check this thread from the first post and you'll find many links to BlackBerry articles too.

 

Links you are insterested in I have got here: Blackberry Developer Knowledge Base

Message Edited by tbilisoft on 04-07-2009 01:35 PM
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Re: J2ME Technical Articles

Hi,

 

I am trying to develop a voip client for blackberry.Can anybody tell me whether it supports Sip or not.?

 

If it supports then which is to be used? Any example through which i can get some help ?

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No native SIP

Please try to use the search bar at the top of the forum before creating a post.

 

The BlackBerry does not have native SIP support, you need to create your own.

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Blackberry Tutorials

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Re: IPD file format

Is there a similar dev journal on the BBB format?

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Re: IPD file format

I don't seem to know what BBB is. Can you spell out what it is, it might be easier to get information for it then.

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