The Beartronics J2ME Libraries are a collection of utilities and applications for programming in the Java MIDP and CLDC environment. They include a full cHTML browser, a fixed-point math library, 3D vector graphics and animation, and a small SVG-like vector shape viewer with compact binary shape file format.
Re: No time for CrashGreSQL
My experience has been just the opposite of what
you describe. I have been using Postgres
since version 7.1. I have never experienced
a crash nor have I ever had data become
corrupted. I have used Postgres as the back-end for the OpenACS toolkit, as well as for some embedded applications that require constant inserts and deletes from network daemons.
The use of subselects, transactions, and
full SQL syntax is a must for me.
I have seen SQL code written by people who use
MySQL, and it is a mess because they don't know how to use basic SQL features that are not present in MySQL. If you believe that RDBMS == Hashtable
then MySQL is probably a good match for you. Otherwise, PostgreSQL is a very good competitor for
Oracle at the low-end and medium-end enterprise application level.