Java dominates Chinese wireless development

More than four in five Chinese wireless developers use Java some of the time, according to a report from Evans Data.

 

Twenty-five percent of Chinese wireless developers use Java for the majority of their wireless development. Chinese developers' current use of J2ME, 52%, is slightly higher than the worldwide wireless developer population, 46%, but Chinese developers are substantially more likely to consider adopting J2ME for development with only 14% indicating no plans to evaluate or use J2ME.

 

JavaPhone is in use by 25% of Chinese wireless developers compared to 14% of global wireless developers and 78% of Chinese developers have some adoption planned for JavaPhone compared to 51% of the global wireless developer population.

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