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Mobile Internationalization API

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SDK: Nokia Asha SDK 1.0
Devices(s): Nokia Asha 501
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Created: wang_shui (15 Mar 2007)
Updated: oniongarlic (17 Sep 2013)
Last edited: hamishwillee (18 Sep 2013)

This specification defines an optional Java ME API that enables the internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) of MIDP applications. The API provides locale-specific formatting of common data items such as times, dates and currency amounts, and access to application resources that contain user interface text strings and other localizable items in a compact file format. Text strings can be sorted using locale-specific rules in conjunction with the Unicode(tm) Collation Algorithm.

[edit] Nokia Asha

Mobile Internationalization API (JSR-238) is available on Nokia devices starting from the Nokia Asha software platform 1.0.

[edit] Series 40

This API is not supported on Series 40 devices. If localization is needed, the developer has to implement the localization him/herself from the ground up.

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