OOPSLA 2002


Tracks
Technical Program
Tutorials
Workshops
DesignFest
Educators' Symposium
Doctoral Symposium
Demonstrations
Posters
Student Research
Competition

Student Volunteers
Special Events
Exhibits
Housing Information
Registration Information
Transportation

Thursday 11:00-11:45 – Convention Ctr - Exhibit Hall 4A

15 Java Thin Clients Revisited: An Architecture for Responsive, Live Wireless Applications

Dragos Manolescu
Applied Reasoning, dmanolescu@appliedreasoning.com
George Santamarina
Applied Reasoning, gsanta@appliedreasoning.com

Mobile Classic Blend (MCB) targets developers building thin-client applications for Java-powered personal wireless devices. MCB represents a radical departure from the increasingly popular way of building thick clients on portable devices supporting Java 2, Micro Edition (J2ME).

MCB uses current state of the art in object technology to achieve high performance on a constrained platform. It accommodates the constraints of current technologies by using on the client techniques commonly found in high-performance enterprise servers, as well as techniques specific to small memory systems.