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The Unofficial Home to JSR 272 Mobile TV API Tests and Evaluation

The JSR 272 Eval Kit will help you to evaluate the Usability of JSR 272 API, by featuring a collection of tests and use cases.

JSR 272 API, or Mobile Broadcast Service API for Handheld Terminals, is a standard effort lead by Nokia and Motorola to define a middleware-level API enabling the development of Mobile TV applications on J2ME. The JSR 272 initiative is part of Sun Java Community Process.

The project deliverables will be:

- test sets in XML and Java (J2ME) based on JUnit/J2MEUnit

- Java (J2ME) midlets demonstrating JSR-272 usage

- Ant build scripts

- optionally, documentation collecting public comments on JSR-272

- optionally, a low-level API to facilitate JSR-272 implementation

First release: December 5th

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api broadcast database java jsr-272 metadata mobile phone tv

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