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    Open the browser application.

    How do I open a browser in my application?

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    Re: Open the browser application.

    Quote Originally Posted by juniorlino2004 View Post
    How do I open a browser in my application?
    Hi, Junior

    To open the browser you have to to use eSWT's Browser class in Java ME.

    See this : http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...ser_in_Java_ME

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    Re: Open the browser application.

    or use platformRequest()

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    Re: Open the browser application.

    Quote Originally Posted by juniorlino2004 View Post
    How do I open a browser in my application?
    XHTML MP1.0 support is now available on LWUIT 1.4, so you can program your J2me app using LWUIT and render simple XHTML MP1.0 comparable markups on the LWUIT form itself.
    thanks,
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