Java Question Can you make a B4A Library from Javabeans?

JohnC

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Hi,

There is a company that makes a toolkit of components for various platforms, its called "IP*WORKS".

They make a version for Android, but since I am new to Java, I don't exactly know what "Javabeans" are and was wondering if it is possible to use a javabean component to create a library for B4A?

Here is the product page of the toolkit:

http://www.nsoftware.com/ipworks/

I hope that it can because this toolkit offers these components:

CalDAV - Access calendar/scheduling information on remote servers.
DNS - Full featured DNS component supporting every major DNS record format, including: AAAA (IPv6), Mailbox (MB), Mailbox Rename (MR), etc.
FileMailer - The FileMailer control provides an easy way to send emails with file attachments.
FTP - Transfer files to and from FTP servers. Easy, plug and play, extensible interface.
HTMLMailer - An easy way to send HTML Mail including embedded images.
HTTP - Access the World Wide Web from your applications, including HTML forms.
ICMPPort - Easy access to the IP control layer. Base for utilities such as 'ping', 'traceroute', etc..
IMAP - Easy access to corporate mail servers such as Microsoft Exchange.
IPDaemon - Generic TCP server component. Asynchronous, event-driven architecture.
IPInfo - A collection of DNS and other database functions. Both direct and reverse DNS queries.
IPPort - Generic TCP stream client component. Asynchronous architecture.
JSON - Easily integrate with web services that produce JSON output.
LDAP - Search, manage, and maintain Internet Directory (LDAP) servers.
MCast - Internet Multicast component. Asynchronous architecture. Use to build clients or servers.
MIME - Easily encode and decode MIME structures such as message attachments, file uploads, etc..
NetClock - The NetClock control provides the current (GMT) time from an Internet Time Server.
NetCode - A collection of popular encoding and decoding functions: Base64, UUencode, URL, etc..
NetDial - Easy access to the Windows RAS layer. Manages dialup connections. (Not Available for Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, or Java.)
NNTP - Read, search, and post articles on Internet Newsgroups (USENET).
OData - A light-weight Open Data Protocol (OData) Client Component. [V9]
Ping - The Ping control encapsulates ICMP ECHO functionality
POP - Easy retrieval of Internet Mail. Implements the standard POP3 protocol.
RCP - The RCP control implements Remote Copy Protocol, used to transfer files between systems.
Rexec - Executes commands remotely on rexec-capable hosts: UNIX, mainframes, etc..
Rshell - Executes commands remotely on rexec-capable hosts: UNIX, mainframes, etc..
RSS - Really Simple Syndication (RSS) component. Used for creating, retrieving, and editing RSS feeds. Supports RSS 0.91, 0.92, and 2.0.
SMPP - Short Message Peer-to-Peer client component. Used to send SMS cellular text messaging.
SMTP - Used to send Internet (SMTP) Mail. Standards-based and extensible.
SNPP - Send messages to alphanumeric pagers through standard Internet Paging Gateways.
SOAP - Generic SOAP client supporting SOAP 1.1. Built on top of the IP*Works! XML parser.
Syslog - Client and Server component capable of sending or receiving system log messages.
Telnet - Telnet client component. Easy to use, standards-based, flexible, powerful.
TFTP - The TFTPClient control is used to exchange files with TFTP servers via the TFTP protocol.
TraceRoute - The TraceRoute control allows you to trace the path IP packets take on the Internet.
UDPPort - Easy interface to UDP packet communications. Use to build clients or servers.
WebDav - WebDAV Client component for distributed web authoring, versioning, and collaboration.
WebForm - The WebForm control is used to POST data to interactive web pages or scripts.
WebUpload - The WebUpload control is used to upload files to web servers.
Whois - The Whois control allows you to query a WHOIS Server for Domain registration information.
XMLp - SAX2 compliant XML parser with support for XPath DOM traversal and XML structure validation.
XMLw - Component for creating XML markup. Includes a simple interface that is easy-to-use, yet still provides granular control of XML creation. [V9]
XMPP - Lightweight XMPP (Jabber) Client for communicating with XML based Jabber Servers.
 
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