Getting started with OCAP, Part 2, Writing applications for the OCAP RI

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Jonathan Knudsen

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | Last updated: April 05, 2010|First published: March 09, 2010

Get a taste of what's possible with the OpenCable Application Platform in this article, the second in a three-part series. Author Jonathan Knudsen demonstrates how to create applications, called Xlets, for OCAP devices and run them on a desktop computer using the OCAP RI.

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ArticleTitle=Getting started with OCAP, Part 2: Writing applications for the OCAP RI