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Want to learn Java card technology from basic

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Want to learn Java card technology from basic

Postby Ashishk9 » Thu May 17, 2018 2:18 am

Hello to all users,

I am new in java card technology ,i want to learn from basic about this technology so please can any one help me out and if possible can provide any link .

thanks in advanced,
Ashish kumar

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Re: Want to learn Java card technology from basic

Postby Ellisun » Thu May 17, 2018 5:57 am

hello Ashishk9 ,

The WIKI page of JavaCardOS has JavaCard related online specifications, JavaCard API Samples and so on, you can refer to.

In addition, the forum also has specialized section to help javacard beginner learn smart card.

And If you have any problem about java card, you can in this forum for help, this forum is very well.

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Re: Want to learn Java card technology from basic

Postby paradox » Thu May 17, 2018 6:25 am

If you want to know the essential details of communication protocols.
ISO 14443, ISO 7816.
If you want to know application programming(java card applet development).
<Application Programming Interface Java Card™ Platform, Version 2.2.2> is very frequent to use (File name is JavaCard222API.pdf you can find it in the standard java card development kits which can be downloaded from Oracle's website).
<Runtime Environment Specification Java Card™ Platform, Version 2.2.2> and <Virtual Machine Specification
Java Card™ Platform, Version 2.2.2> are also very important for the beginner to know the "kernel secret"(The complete description about how the java card works) of java card technologies.
some industry specifications.
Global Platform, EMV specification, ICAO.

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Re: Want to learn Java card technology from basic

Postby Ashishk9 » Fri May 18, 2018 2:15 am

Ellisun wrote:hello Ashishk9 ,

The WIKI page of JavaCardOS has JavaCard related online specifications, JavaCard API Samples and so on, you can refer to.

In addition, the forum also has specialized section to help javacard beginner learn smart card.

And If you have any problem about java card, you can in this forum for help, this forum is very well.



thanks Ellisun for your reference ,it will help me a lot :)
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Re: Want to learn Java card technology from basic

Postby Ashishk9 » Fri May 18, 2018 2:19 am

paradox wrote:If you want to know the essential details of communication protocols.
ISO 14443, ISO 7816.
If you want to know application programming(java card applet development).
<Application Programming Interface Java Card™ Platform, Version 2.2.2> is very frequent to use (File name is JavaCard222API.pdf you can find it in the standard java card development kits which can be downloaded from Oracle's website).
<Runtime Environment Specification Java Card™ Platform, Version 2.2.2> and <Virtual Machine Specification
Java Card™ Platform, Version 2.2.2> are also very important for the beginner to know the "kernel secret"(The complete description about how the java card works) of java card technologies.
some industry specifications.
Global Platform, EMV specification, ICAO.



thanks paradox, i went through java card api pdf ,EMV and GP this is very helpfull... :)


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