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Created: sellis (07 Feb 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (24 Jul 2013)

Java™ technology consists of both a programming language and a software platform. The core benefit of the Java platform is that it can run on top of several different operating systems, hiding the complexity of the device from the applications and application developers.

Nokia uses Java to provide an open application platform for developers, allowing them to create applications for devices that support the technology. A standardized platform gives wide scope for real creativity and frees the developers from dealing with the peculiarities of each different device.

Many Nokia software platforms have an extensive Java ME API set. For reference documentation, tutorials and examples see Nokia Java ME Developer's Library .

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