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gvSIG Mobile is a Geographic Information System (GIS) aimed at mobile devices, ideal for projects that capture and update data in the field. It's known for having a user-friendly interface, being able to access the most common formats and a wide range of GIS and GPS tools which are ideal for ... [More]
gvSIG Mini is a mobile free viewer of free aceess maps based on tiles (OpenStreetMap, YahooMaps, Microsoft Bing, ...), with a WMS, WMS-C client, address and POI search, routes, hybrid location and many more things. It runs on Java ME and Android smartphones.
Mobile Trail Explorer is an application for user to view and record tracks using the mobile phone and GPS device. Recorded tracks can be exported in KML format on memory card so that they can be viewed in Google Earth application later on. Mobile Trail Explorer is mainly targeted for recording ... [More]
An RMI framework for cooperation between remote applications and libraries. It allows spontaneous interconnection, and provides transmission of graphical user interfaces -- all without source modification.
GASP project (GAming Services Platform) deals with middleware solutions to support Multiplayer Mobile Games (MMG) and Multiplayer Ubiquitous Games (MUGs), that implement and extends the Open Mobile Alliance GS specifications.
Project to control GPS Dataloggers, mainly MTK based and convert GPS logs to several other formats using filters, etc. Runs on most platforms (Desktops, Linux, Mac, Palm, Mobile Phone, PocketPC).
The Prosciutto Project is a data-driven mobile application engine implemented in J2ME. You could think of it as a rapid application development framework, or a distributable mobile application engine that aims to address the problem of device fragmentation. Anything you would do on a mobile ... [More]
Java mobile IRC-client (J2ME) jmIrc is a J2ME MIDlet allowing ie. cell phone owners to use IRC wirelessly. It should work on any device supporting MIDP 1.0 and also supports connecting through HTTP proxy server on phones that don't support the Java socket API. All files are free software and thus GPL'd including the proxy code
Java Midlet to use OpenStreetMap data on a J2ME ready Mobile. Displays a moving map using external or internal GPS, shows the street name on which you are. There is Navigation support for car drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians plus many more ...
Locify is a mobile Java application which enables regular user to connect GPS, browse maps, save places of interest, record routes, use navigation and other location based features. But from developer view - it acts like XHTML browser. Anyone can write a "service" - XHTML pages with a ... [More]