JRemote Control is a simple Bluetooth remote control. It allows you to initiate virtually any task on your PC from J2ME and Bluetooth enabled mobile devices. An easy-to-use program interface is provided to allow you to create your own configuration to map tasks on your PC to remote device commands. Additionally, any output task can be shown directly on your mobile device display. The default configuration supports mplayer on the Windows and Linux platforms. Additional packages are available.
MiniIM is multi-protocol instant messaging client. It is based on J2ME and thus targets the MIDP2 supported platforms (commonly found in the mobile devices). It is inspired by the popular Pidgin (Gaim) program. The design is concentrated on the protocol level abstraction and an easy way to integrate new protocol implementations. The interface design is unaware of the underlying protocols.
mujMail is a powerful and graphically atractive email client for mobile devices. Its operations are multithreaded, so you can send mail, retrieve mail from multiple mailboxes, and change settings simultaneously. It uses RMS to store mail messages persistently on the device, so don't have to connect to a server to read old mail. It has the unique ability to redownload a damaged message or body part and repair it.
GPS Tracker allows someone to track a GPS enabled cell phone using Google Maps. The project was tested with a Motorola i355 cell phone on the Sprint/Nextel network. You need to have a data plan with the cell phone provider so that you can make updates to your Web site from the cell phone. There are two projects available. The first project is built with PHP and MySQL. The second project is built with .NET and Microsoft SQL Server. Both projects use Java (J2ME) on the cell phone.
iLabs mobile toolbox is a set of libraries and demo applications for Java ME. It includes libraries for XMPP, feed reading, and highly functional and fast, but limited, rendering of HTML with some CSS. The OpenMiniBrowser demo application shows some of the potential of the HTML renderer. It is intended to be embedded in other applications, but may also be used as a standalone browser. The toolbox also includes "the Widger": a HTML and XML based application that allows much of the application logic to reside on a server, while the user interface is a true Java ME application and not just Web pages.
GAIA Image Transcoder (GIT) is a library that operates image transcoding, with a special focus on mobile applications. It comes in two parts: a transformation and transcoding library that performs image adaptation to mobile device using information retrieved from WURFL files, and a very simple JSP tag library that enables library utilization in a J2EE environment. The transcoding library works as a transformation pipeline. The pipeline is composed of a set of filters. A filter can operate directly on the image body, or indirectly on the associated meta-information. The GIT architecture supports the management cycle of such pipes, while GIT tag libraries simplifies their definition.