SCMAD Exam Guide



Publisher

McGraw-Hill Education (India)


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http://www.tatamcgrawhill.com/html/9780070077881.html

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http://www.scmadbook.com

Description

The topics included in the book are based on the SCMAD exam objectives provided by Sun Microsystems, Inc. Why the exam objectives are so important is that the questions in the SCMAD cover only the topics that are reflected by the exam objectives.

While you do not need to study beyond the scope of the exam objectives provided by Sun, it is strongly recommended that you learn all the topics within the scope of the exam objectives. This book covers all the topics within the scope of the exam objectives, and it does not go far beyond the scope of the exam objectives.


Table of Contents

Part-1 Getting Started

  • Chapter 1 Understanding Java ME
    • Introduction
    • 1.1 Specifying Portability: The Java Nirvana
    • 1.2 The Underlying Technology
    • 1.3 Understanding Java ME Architecture
  • Chapter 2 Java Technology for the Wireless Industry (JTWI)
    • Introduction
    • 2.1 Methodology of JTWI
    • 2.2 Requirements of JTWI
    • 2.3 Requirements and Clarifications on Component Specifications
    • 2.4 Trusting Applications

Part-2 Mobile Application Essentials

  • Chapter 3 Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC)
    • Introduction
    • 3.1 Understanding the Goals, Requirements and Scope
    • 3.2 Knowing CLDC Application Contract
    • 3.3 Differences between CLDC 1.0 and CLDC 1.1
    • 3.4 Kilobyte Virtual Machine
    • 3.5 CLDC Library
    • 3.6 Handling Exceptions and Errors
    • 3.7 Managing Memory and Garbage Collection
  • Chapter 4 The MIDlet: A Different Kind of Application
    • Introduction
    • 4.1 Building MIDlet
    • 4.2 Packaging Applications
    • 4.3 Describing MIDlet Suite
    • 4.4 Journeys of MIDlet Suite
    • 4.5 Platform Request API
    • 4.6 Playing around with Events and Notifications

Part-3 Creating Mobile Applications

  • Chapter 5 A Face to Remember–The MIDP User Interface API
    • Introduction
    • 5.1 MIDP User Interface Model
    • 5.2 Creating High-level User Interfaces
    • 5.3 Issuing Commands
    • 5.4 Creating User Input Forms
    • 5.5 Other High-level UI Components
    • 5.6 Creating Low-level User Interfaces
  • Chapter 6 Playing Games Using the MIDP Game API
    • Introduction
    • 6.1 GameCanvas: Setting Stage for the Game
    • 6.2 Layer and LayerManager: The Game’s Backdrop
    • 6.3 Sprites: The Game’s Actors
    • 6.4 TiledLayer: A Scene for Our Play
    • 6.5 Optimizing Game Size and Performance
  • Chapter 7 Connecting to the Outside World
    • Introduction
    • 7.1 GCF at a Glance
    • 7.2 MIDP 2.0 Protocol Implementations
    • 7.3 Working with Connection
    • 7.4 Network Troubleshooting
  • Chapter 8 Persisting Data Using the Record Management System (RMS)
    • Introduction
    • 8.1 Record Stores
    • 8.2 C.R.U.D!
    • 8.3 Advanced Features
    • 8.4 Putting It All Together
  • Chapter 9 Securing Wireless Applications
    • Introduction
    • 9.1 CLDC Security Provisions
    • 9.2 Untrusted and Trusted MIDlet Suites
    • 9.3 Signing and Authenticating MIDlet Suites Based on X.509 PKI

Part-4 Working with Optional Features

  • Chapter 10 Working with Multimedia: MIDP 2.0 Media API and Mobile Media API (MMAPI)
    • Introduction
    • 10.1 Understanding MMAPI
    • 10.2 Generating Simple Tones
    • 10.3 Defining Source of Media
    • 10.4 Getting Media Player
    • 10.5 Playing Media
    • 10.6 Controlling Player
    • 10.7 Differences between MMAPI and MIDP Media API
  • Chapter 11 Sending Messages Using the Wireless Messaging API
    • Introduction
    • 11.1 WMA Package Overview
    • 11.2 Understanding SMS Adapter Support
    • 11.3 Understanding CBS Adapter Support
    • 11.4 Back to WMA in General
  • Appendix A Developing Mobile Applications Using Sun Java Wireless Tool Kit
  • Appendix B A Sample Java Application Descriptor ( JAD) File
  • Appendix C Over-the-Air (OTA) Provisioning
  • Index

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