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Talk:How to utilize different keyboards in Java ME
Keypad is the basic User-intraction element of a mobile device. And as a developer, you should know how to effectively use the keypad to make the device more user-friendly.
This article represents a breif overview about different kind of keypads being used in S60 devices and also disscusses about some related issues with them. The Image-imlementations given in the article are suited to the mentioned topic. After providing the introduction and properties of different keyboard, the article deals with a demostrated JAVA ME example to show the usage and features of the QWERTY keyboard. The demostrated example is also attached.
This article can be useful to the beginners and intermediate developers to make them understand- how to use keyboard effectively.
Sareve - S40Does S40 JavaME have similar mechanisms to detect keyboard type?
09:42, 24 November 2011 (EET)
Hamishwillee - Sareve - I don't know
I suggest you first search on the wiki for the key terms. If you don't find anything on S40 then ask on the Java ME discussion boards. More people who would know the answer to this question are likely to be there than watching this article.
05:30, 29 November 2011 (EET)
Internetlabor - Series 40: newer devices also support com.nokia.keyboard.type
I have tested the Keyboardmidlet on Remote Device Access. Nokia C3-00 returns correctly LimitedKeyboard4x10 It is a Series 40 6th Edition
Asha 302 also returns LimitedKeyboard4x10It is a Series 40 Developer Platform 1.1
00:38, 14 July 2012 (EEST)