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Workplace Client Technology, Micro Edition and Java™ 2 Micro Edition

Workplace Client Technology, Micro Edition is based on industry standards. This platform provides the foundation for the deployment of high-value data services to small mobile devices. With tested and certified Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME™) product offerings, Workplace Client Technology, Micro Edition combines the portability of Java technology with the power of IBM Workplace solutions.

WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment

The foundation of the mobile runtime is IBM WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment, a lightweight J2ME virtual machine. This component of Workplace Client Technology, Micro Edition offers a J2ME runtime environment for the deployment of applications to pervasive devices -- the foundation for the deployment of e-business applications to small mobile devices.

For small devices such as cellular telephones, smart phones and PDAs, WebSphere® Everyplace Micro Environment delivers a Java runtime environment that meets Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP 2.0) specifications.

For larger devices such as PDAs, PDA phones and handheld computers, WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment ships the Connected Device Configuration (CDC), Foundation Profile and Personal Profile.

Devices supported in Workplace Client Technology, Micro Edition 5.7 include selected models of palmOne Tungsten C, Sharp Zaurus, and HP iPaQ.

WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment is also available on selected devices directly from some device manufacturers or IBM Business Partners.

WebSphere Micro Environment - Cellular Telephone

WebSphere Micro Environment - Cellular Telephone

For small devices such as cell phones, Stinger-based phones and small PDAs, WebSphere Micro Environment ships a platform that meets Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) specifications.

 

WebSphere Micro Environment - PDA

WebSphere Micro Environment - PDA

For larger devices, such as larger PDAs, PDA Phones and handheld computers, WebSphere Micro Environment supports the Connected Device Configuration (CDC) / Foundation and Personal Profiles.

 

WebSphere Studio Device Developer

WebSphere Studio Device Developer software is an integrated development environment (IDE) that allows teams of developers to build, test and deploy J2ME applications to pervasive devices. A member of the WebSphere Studio family of application development products, and powered by Eclipse technology, WebSphere Studio Device Developer delivers productivity through integration by enabling device applications to be integrated, using industry standards and middleware with existing enterprise business processes running in production today.

WebSphere Studio Device Developer helps developers build, test, and deploy J2ME applications that run on server-managed clients and other pervasive devices. This product contains a set of programmatic APIs and middleware enablement that can facilitate the extension of many existing Enterprise IT applications out to server-managed clients. WebSphere Studio Device Developer also offers dynamic install for integration with other members of the WebSphere Studio family of application development products to form a comprehensive end-to-end development environment. 

 

Micro Environment Toolkit for WebSphere Studio

IBM toolkits provide tools and run times that support the rapid development of modular, portable and hardware-independent software. IBM uses the Eclipse.org extensible architecture to create domain specific toolkits that speed development of new and innovative services.

Micro Edition Toolkit for WebSphere Studio software enables developers to extend enterprise applications to mobile devices. The Enterprise Extensions feature leverages the enterprise developer community by utilizing the same Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE™) programming model for application development.

Embedded servlets and embedded Java Server Pages (eJSPs) can enable local device browsers for rendering content, without the need of server connectivity. Embedded Web services enable business integration and the expansion of applications running on enterprise servers to be easily accessed from wireless and wireline devices. In addition, user interface APIs can enable developers to deploy full function, rich client user interfaces to devices, avoiding the network latency of constantly going back to a server.

Available on both J2SE and J2ME platforms, Extension Services provides the platform integrity needed by enterprise IT organizations to extend existing applications to server-managed client devices.

Workplace Client Technology, Micro Edition sites

WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment

WebSphere Studio Device Developer


Industry standards

Mobile Media Framework for Mobile Devices (JSR-135 )

Pervasive computing and open standards

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