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    Re: KXml Parsing

    Thanks for sharing this information. Sounds like a great API, but some times devices doesn't provide the JSR172 API and for that reason KXML is good choice for them.

    thanks again.
  2. Re: Problems with KXML2: Ñ, á, é, í ...

    Hello. I know is quit an old post, but I wrote a simple example about using KXML2 in JavaMe. When using spanish words I had to use the ISO8859_1 encoding in order to be able to read special...
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    Re: KXml Parsing

    Hi. I developed a simple example about using KXML in Java Me:

    http://www.java-n-me.com/2011/07/readwrite-xml-in-java-me.html

    Hope it hepls someone
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    Re: How to Use Kxml in Mobile app?

    HI, I have developed an example of using KXML in Java Me. Hope it helps.

    http://www.java-n-me.com/2011/07/readwrite-xml-in-java-me.html
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    Re: saving images

    Hi.

    I created a post about creating a mutable image on device and then using PNG encoder get its bytes so you can use it for RMS, network, file system, etc... check it out:
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    Re: Saving an image file

    Hi.

    I created a post about creating a mutable image on device and then using PNG encoder get its bytes so you can use it for RMS, network, file system, etc... check it out:
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  7. Re: how to convert image to byte array ?

    Hi all.
    I wrote a post about converting an image to byte array in JavaMe (J2ME):

    http://www.java-n-me.com/2011/02/convert-image-to-byte-array-byte-in.html

    Hope this help.
  8. Re: Java image and byte[] for J2ME and J2SE

    Hi all.
    I wrote a post about converting an image to byte array in JavaMe (J2ME):

    http://www.java-n-me.com/2011/02/convert-image-to-byte-array-byte-in.html

    Hope this help.
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    Re: image -> byte array -> image

    Hi.

    I wrote a post about reading an image an convert it to bytes so you can save it on RMS or encode it in Base64... whatever you want.
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    Re: how to take camera snapshot ?

    Hi, Iknow this post is quite old, but maybe this helps someone. Iworte a post about taking a snapshot then encode it using Base64 format and send it to a server. check it out:
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  11. Re: sending captured image from j2me app to PC

    I know is an old post, but this may help someone. If you are receiving the data using a text channel, rather than binary channel, you should use Base64 format to encode the image byte arrray. I wrote...
  12. Re: Sending Image From Mobile to Server

    Hi, I know this is an old post, but maybe this helps someone. I wrote a post about taking a snapshot and sending it to a server:
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  13. Re: Logic For Sending An Image Using J2me

    Hi, I know is quite an old post, but maybe this will help someone. I wrote a post in my blog about taking a picture with the device camera and sending it to a server. Check it oout:
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    Re: Conversion From Image TO Byte[]

    Hi. I know this post is quite old, but it may help some one. I wrote a post about sending an image from server to mobile client using Base64 format. The mobile client receives the String and converts...
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    Re: Saving an image

    Hi, Iknow this post is quite old, but may be this will help some one. I wrote a post about sending an Image to the mobile client in Base64 format as part of a JSON String. The String is received by...
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    Re: Base64 in J2ME

    Hi, I know this post is quite old, but this may help someone. I describe a library to encode/decode using Base64 format in JavaMe. Follow the link:
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    Re: J2ME connect Servlet

    Hi. I know this is a really old post, but it may help someone. Check this link in order to communicate j2me (javame) and servlets.
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    Re: JSON in J2ME

    Hi, I know this is an old post, but this is an update. The JSON ME parser has disappeared from json.org. So you have to download the source code from java.net and then compile it in order to get a...
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    Re: JSON J2ME

    This is another approach to the previous one:

    http://www.java-n-me.com/2010/11/java-me-and-json.html

    hope it helps!
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    Re: JSON In J2ME

    Well, the library has disappeared from json.org home page. But the source code can be found at java.net. You will have to access the source code and compile it yourself in order to get a .jar

    In...
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