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Jumpi is a simple, protocol agnostic, and extensible message passing communications API written in Java. The fully documented plug-in based reference implementation provides protocol adapters for MPI, TCP, UDP, JMS, Email, and HTTP for MIDP1.0 Midlets. The connectionless messaging paradigm can dramatically simplify client application code and is a complementary technology to JMS and RMI. Jumpi is compatible with Midp1.0, PersonalJava1.0, and J2SE.

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  •  29 Dec 2003 06:00

Release Notes: This minor release features a new EmailConnector. This makes it possible to send MimeMessage email via SMTP and to receive email from an email account via POP3 or IMAP protocols. Sun's javax.mail API is wrapped by Jumpi's easy-to-use API, freeing the client application from unnecessary connection/session management.

  •  25 Jun 2003 22:20

    Release Notes: This minor release features a new MIDP1.0 compatible HttpConnector and a HTTP to JMS bridge servlet. Wireless Java applications can use Jumpi as a convenient general purpose communications method to a J2EE or JMS back-end. An example MIDlet is provided which uses the HttpConnector.

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