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BlueTooth at Work

BlueTooth at Work is a Java ME Bluetooth library and a collection of multiplayer games and programs that run on the Java ME platform, communicating through Bluetooth.

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  •  09 Apr 2007 23:25

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  18 Mar 2007 20:41

      Release Notes: Minor bugfixes. Communication error handling. A status bar. Different background color for the player's and opponent's views.

      •  17 Mar 2007 06:55

        Release Notes: The game of Battleship is a guessing game played by two people. It requires MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.0, and JSR82 support.

        •  16 Mar 2007 06:29

          Release Notes: Cervii is a game for Bluetooth enabled mobile devices. It is played by 2 to 6 players, each controlling a worm. Each player tries to avoid crashing into the other worms, while trying to make opponent worms crash.

          •  15 Mar 2007 16:20

            Release Notes: The StreamUtils class was added. UnitTests were added. The client now receives its clientId. The server is now able to forcefully disconnect clients. The ArrayUtils class was added. A Queue now supports peeking into its contents and supports behavior as a LIFO. A Peer now detects the maximum packet size (MTU) and maximum number of Bluetooth connections. The client ID was changed to Byte.

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