This tutorial consists of 15 different hands-on lab modules that help you get started with the development of mobile applications in Qt, Web, and Java ME. The modules explain the development environment set up and how to get started. Each module has step-by-step instructions on how to proceed and create a working mobile application. The modules also contain links pointing to relevant reference information.
This reference training course material is intended for educational purposes. The objective of the course is to learn Java ME development for Java-enabled mobile handsets supporting the Java ME application framework.
The basic touch events and gestures offer you an inclusive toolset for implementing touch applications. This course is intended for developers to create applications for touch devices. It covers the use of MIDP 2.0 touch events, Gesture API, and Frame Animator API. The course also demonstrates the use of TextEditor. This course assumes you’ve already completed the Java ME Basics training course, so you know how to import and compile projects.