Java card forum launched to help developers
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Java card forum launched to help developers

This entry was posted on 2nd November 2016.

Java card forum launched to help developers

Smart card experts, Universal Smart Cards have developed a dedicated java card forum for beginners, specialists and developers to share knowledge and expertise, together with access useful resources.

Having provided over 100 million smart products over the last 15 years, earlier this year the technology specialists launched their high end java card, Universal JCard.

The Universal JCard is based on award winning Infineon SLE78 hardware with Oracle’s own Java Card™ OS. It offers great flexibility to developers wanting to have bespoke applets on a smart card that has the capacity to manage multi applications, as well as top level security.

Universal Smart Cards have been working with leading industry experts to form a support network for organisations looking to utilise a java card for various applications. These experts, some of which were the pioneers of java cards, will be moderators on the www.universaljcard.com forum and are on hand to advise on java card development for many applications such as payment, cashless, transport ticketing, national ID and more.

The Universal JCard forum also offers developers a user friendly website, together with useful resources, a developers’ kit and tools.

Kevin Loveman, Technical Manager said “The Universal JCard forum is an excellent resource for beginners and more experienced Java card programmers alike. The range of topics and knowledge should prove invaluable for anyone that is developing an applet or complete smart solution”

Useful Information
The Universal JCard is available in contact, contactless and dual interface formats, details of which can be found on our website here.

For further information, please take a look at the product datasheet or video.

Alternatively, call Toll Free 1-800-810-4959 or email sales@usmartcards.com and we'll be happy to assist you.

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