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    Bluetooth extended Flash Lite with Jarpa for s40?

    Can Jarpa be used for extending a Flash Lite 2 application for S40 series(such as Nokia6300), allowing bluetooth connection between two mobile devices? I'm developing a game and i need to send/receive data(a string), between two phones, few(3-4) times every minute. Thanks in advance for Your reply.

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    Re: Bluetooth extended Flash Lite with Jarpa for s40?

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    Smile Re: Bluetooth extended Flash Lite with Jarpa for s40?

    Quote Originally Posted by foul View Post
    Can Jarpa be used for extending a Flash Lite 2 application for S40 series(such as Nokia6300), allowing bluetooth connection between two mobile devices? I'm developing a game and i need to send/receive data(a string), between two phones, few(3-4) times every minute. Thanks in advance for Your reply.
    Jarpa is not supported any more by its developer & it requires XML connection which is supported from Flash Lite 2.1 to onwards. It means it will not work on 6300 with FL 2.0 . However, now-a-days m working on a http server in j2me (will support Fl 1.1) but it needs some time to release and test.Therefore, the only available solution is to create ur own http server in Flash Lite which needs a understanding of j2me. Hope it helps u.

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    Re: Bluetooth extended Flash Lite with Jarpa for s40?

    Thank you for your immediate answers. I was about to give up with the idea for s40 flash lite 2.0. Almost decided to switch to s60 series with the much more easy-to-use tools like KuneriLite, or at least using XML sockets.
    I'll need some time to explore and understand j2me... I wonder will it be easier/possible to establish communication through a local file, since i don't need a real time communication?

    Sajisoft, is this and that what i need to understand?

    Thank you.

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    Smile Re: Bluetooth extended Flash Lite with Jarpa for s40?

    Quote Originally Posted by foul View Post
    Thank you for your immediate answers. I was about to give up with the idea for s40 flash lite 2.0. Almost decided to switch to s60 series with the much more easy-to-use tools like KuneriLite, or at least using XML sockets.
    I'll need some time to explore and understand j2me... I wonder will it be easier/possible to establish communication through a local file, since i don't need a real time communication?

    Sajisoft, is this and that what i need to understand?

    Thank you.
    But first u need to understand how to develop a local http server in j2me which interacts with flash lite and just google it to get some details on this topic.

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    SajiSoft

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