I recently came across MobUser, the blog of Rodney Aiglstorfer, CIO of mFoundry. He has a lot of links to useful mobile-relates resources on his blog, by the way. mFoundry makes a Java-based development platform called mWorks that apparently lets you build mobile client apps without writing actual code. It is more of a toolbox than a solution and apparently requires that you provision your applications through them, but the platform itself is available as an Eclipse plugin for download and evaluation. They also have a list of supported devices that included some useful information about many phones (MIDP Profile, heap size, network type, etc.). I just installed the Eclipse plug-in and will start playing with it this week.

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