Mobile Java Push On Labs

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Mobile Java Push on Labs is a framework to build mobile applications using content background push and download.

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Mobile Java Push On Labs

  1. 1. Mobile Java Push A labs.ericsson.com enabler http://labs.ericsson.com/apis/mobile-java-push
  2. 2. Mobile Java Push Provide 3rd party application developers with a hosted platform for building and deploying innovative services based on file push 2
  3. 3. Why push delivery? Any news? No! Any news? No! Any news? No! New content! Any news? Yes! (News) poll push Transfer content as soon as available Save device battery Reduce data traffic for user 3
  4. 4. Main features of Mobile Java Push Hosted Service – Labs offers free distribution of Mobile Java Push for application developers – Only registered users – Free sessions up to a limit (2000 SMS’s) Client Library (APIs) to receive pushed content – Small footprint library – (Only Sony Ericsson phones supported) Easy to use web-interface for content distribution Developer Support – Technology and API documentation – Sample code incl Tutorial – Introduction video 4
  5. 5. Mobile Java Push overview Init push Push Web interface Mobile Mobile push Java ME API push SMS server Your push Init server Content Web HTTP server 5
  6. 6. Client API Small footprint Java ME library enables file push reception Handles client wake-up, delivery and file system managment. Only build the user interface! public class HalloWorld extends PushMIDlet { public HalloWorld() { super(“Hallo World App”); Mobile push API } Java ME core public void notifyAutomaticallyStarted() { log(”Hallo World! I was auto-started!”); } public void notifyDownloadFinished(Session session, Service service) { log(”Finished downloading ” + session.getNrOfFiles() + ” files”); } 6
  7. 7. Server interface Alt 1: Web interface – Manage services – Push new sessions – Provide content in the form of HTTP URL’s Alt 2: Web services – Full flexibilty – XML-RPC 7
  8. 8. Example applications Push podcasting Active wallpaper Emergency alerts Warning! Take cover 8
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