Friday, December 27, 2002
Your First Micro Java Game
Mobile phone manufacturers have embraced Java in a way that not even PC manufacturers have. Java is clearly one of the platforms of choice for mobile devices, and an ideal language for throwing together mobile games.

The Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) of J2ME is a subset of the standard Java you know and love, with a few minor modifications. Writing a basic MIDlet game is simple as apple pie. This article will show you how to start cookin'.


Servlet Best Practices, Part 1
Since their introduction in 1996, servlets have dominated the server-side Java landscape and have become the standard way to interface Java to the Web. They are the foundation technology on which Java developers build web applications and, increasingly, web services. This chapter discusses best practices for servlet-based development and deployment.

Configuring Tomcat with IIS Web Server
In this article, we are going to continue our Tomcat Connector discussions with a look at how to configure Tomcat and Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS) using the JK v1.2 Connectors.

Note: This article assumes that you have completed the steps from the previous article, "Configuring Tomcat and Apache With JK 1.2." If you have not already completed these steps, please go back to the article and complete steps 3-7.


Thursday, December 26, 2002
HTTPClient Version 0.3-3
This package provides a complete http client library. It currently implements most of the relevant parts of the HTTP/1.0 and HTTP/1.1 protocols, including the request methods HEAD, GET, POST and PUT, and automatic handling of authorization, redirection requests, and cookies. Furthermore the included Codecs class contains coders and decoders for the base64, quoted-printable, URL-encoding, chunked and the multipart/form-data encodings. The whole thing is free, and licenced under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) (note that this is not the same as the GPL).

Sunday, December 22, 2002
Rachel - Resource Loading for Java Web Start Made Easy
Rachel is an open-source resource loading toolkit for Java Web Start/JNLP. Rachel offers two solutions that make resource loading for Java Web Start/JNLP apps easy again.


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