Introduction to the eSWT mobile extension, Part 1, Use simple widgets to quickly build mobile applications

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Uriel Liu and Eric Hsu

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: September 15, 2009

As mobile platforms become increasingly sophisticated, the demand for mobile computing will increase. In this series, learn about the embedded Standard Widget Toolkit (eSWT). You can use eSWT to develop native-looking Java™ applications for a variety of mobile phones. This article explores how to use eSWT mobile controls. Code examples walk you through using five of the classes in the eSWT mobile extension.

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