J2ME CDC: What is CDC?

What is CDC?

- CDC stands for Connected Device Configuration.

- It is a set of tools for developing applications that run on a range of network-connected consumer and embedded devices that support the Java ME CDC application framework.

- It is a JVM that is highly optimized for resource-constrained devices.

- It is used for bigger devices, such as set-top box and PDAs.

- CDC has more memory and more robust network connectivity.
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