The MPush library allows the applications receive asynchronous data,
as informaction becomes available, instead of forcing the application to use synchronous polling techniques that increase resource use or latency
The push registry enables MIDlets to set themselves up to be launched automatically,
without user initiation. The push registry manages network- and timer-initiated MIDlet activation; that is, it enables an inbound network connection or a timer-based alarm to wake a MIDlet up. For example, you can write a workgroup application that employs network activation to wake up and process newly received email, or new appointments that have been scheduled. Or you can use timer-based activation to schedule your MIDlet to synchronize with a server every so often then go to sleep.
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