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    Re: Canvas based UI library with good support...

    Thanks for the tip, Tiger79. I didn't know that about J2ME Polish. I guess it's one of those things where they kept adding features to it and now it has become a bit cumbersome to work with. ...
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    Re: Canvas based UI library with good support...

    Yes, a comparison would be really nice for all the major contestants. I've done quite some research on this, but not enough for an article, though. I would at least need to install and play around...
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    Re: Canvas based UI library with good support...

    Quite right, Tiger79. J2ME GUI will only give you the basic components similar to the basic visual components on desktop PC's. Any extras would require you to extend the components yourself. So it...
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    Re: GUI library for J2ME

    I also posted earlier on a different thread about a new one called J2ME GUI found here - http://www.garcer.com/. We are currently using it in our latest project, so I thought you might be interested.
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    Re: UI Tools for j2me Application

    Another option would be J2ME GUI, which can be downloaded from the http://www.garcer.com/ website. You said you would like improved performance, so this one should work well. From my experience,...
  6. Re: J2ME Polish or LWUIT or what for commercial J2ME software?

    Hi SebastianM

    I'm quite late to this discussion (and your other one on sonyericsson's forum), but hopefully it might help others.

    A few months ago I was also faced with the choice - J2ME Polish...
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    Re: Canvas based UI library with good support...

    I'm a bit late to this discussion, but I was looking at your requirements and wondered if you have looked at J2ME GUI from http://www.garcer.com/ yet? It's very lightweight when you consider today's...
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