Lwuit Themes

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LWUIT 1.1 for Java ME Developers

Biswajit Sarkar

Chapter No. 10
"Using Themes"

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About the Author
Biswajit Sarkar is an electrical engineer with a specialization in Programmable Industrial Automation. He has had extensive experience across the entire spectrum of Industrial Automation—from hardware and firmware designing for general and special purpose Programmable Controllers, to marketing and project management. He also leads a team of a young and highly talented group of engineers engaged in product (both hardware and software) development. He has been associated with a wide variety of automation projects, including controls for special purpose machines, blast furnace charge control, large air pollution control systems, controls for cogeneration plants in sugar factories, supervisory control for small hydel plants, turbine governors, and substation automation including associated SCADA.

Currently Biswajit consults on Industrial Automation and Java ME based applications. He has written extensively for Java.net on Java Native Interface, Java ME and LWUIT. He has taught courses on mathematics and analytical reasoning at a number of leading institutes in India. Biswajit has also taught a specially designed course on Java for MS and Ph.D. students as well as post doctoral fellows at the Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia (USA). Biswajit, originally from Calcutta, now lives in Nashik, India with his wife.

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This book would never have seen daylight had it not been for the excellent support that I received from the editorial team at Packt Publishing. I must express my grateful appreciation of the roles played by Douglas Paterson at the critical formative stage of the book, and, later by Dhiraj Chandiramani. Lata Basantani and Zainab Bagasrawala made sure that the project remained on schedule, while Shadab Khan and his team deftly guided the completion process. I am grateful for the comments of the reviewers that helped me maintain clarity of thought, and ensured the technical integrity of the book.

On the personal front, first and foremost, I am indebted to Dada who equipped me with the ability to undertake such an activity. The encouragement and unstinting support I received from my wife Jyoti were a great source of strength and helped me survive those difficult times when I was nearly swamped by my various commitments and the temptation to give up was great. Isaac, my son-in-law, has always encouraged me to write and was a great confidence booster. Finally, I must acknowledge the sacrifices made by my grandchildren Anunita and Ian who spent many unhappy days and evenings without my

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LWUIT 1.1 for Java ME Developers
The Lightweight Toolkit (LWUIT) is designed to help developers to create highly attractive User Interfaces for MIDP 2.0 and CLDC 1.1 compliant small devices like mobile phones. This toolkit supports a number of interesting widgets and features like theming, animations, transitions, and logging. LWUIT also addresses the issue of fragmentation by making it possible to implement screens with a device independent look and feel.

This book covers the widgets and functionalities of the library in detail, demonstrating their use with a large number of examples and a profusion of screenshots. A number of structural and architectural issues are discussed to help you gain insight into the inner workings of the library.

LWUIT is an evolving library and we are bound to see modifications and additions to its current repertoire. The knowledge you gain from this book...
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