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mika is a multi-platform business mobility application framework based on a client-server concept. mika-server can connect to different backends (currently only PBX/communication systems) using different protocols. Data transport is based on HTTP/HTTPS and JSON objects. mika supports basic client management. Internally, data is represented as applications to the user. Current client implementations are available for J2ME (e.g. Symbian) and webOS (Palm Pre). Current applications include dial, phonebook, calllog, and presence.

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  •  07 Jun 2011 20:37

    Release Notes: This is the first release of the mika-jqtouch client that is compatible with any HTML5-capable mobile browser like on Android, iPhone, webOS, etc. On the server-side, the so-called Generic application has been added, which is able to display list-data and list-select-data (form). See the basic SQL connect example for technical details.

    •  28 Jun 2010 22:02

      Release Notes: The phonebook application is searchable now. There are many GUI improvements.

      •  20 Jun 2010 19:10

        Release Notes: This release has basic client management features, e.g. user locking, delete data, and force settings. New application 'presence' was added; see the statictest backend for how to implement presence on the server side.


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