Scratch: A J2ME Signature Capture Utility
Posted at August 13, 2004 07:45 AM in J2ME
Written as a standalone application, but also as a module for integration into other applications, this opensource tool allows for the capture of signatures -- or any other handwritten data -- on any touchscreen-enabled J2ME device.
Scratch is an open source solution that allows you to capture signatures on a touchscreen-enabled J2ME device. While many J2ME applications seem to require cutting-edge APIs that can run on only a handful of high-end models, Scratch's requirements are bare minimum -- nothing but CLDC 1.0 and MIDP 1.0. You can run it on a low-end, sub-$100, black-and-white Palm device. I don't know of any J2ME devices other than Palms that have touchscreens, so Palms will be the target platform for the remainder of this article. If there are others out there, and you can successfully run Scratch on them, I'd love to hear about it.
java.net: Scratch [Aug. 10, 2004]
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Not sure if this helps at all but I have a simple signature capture applet written in .java that is freeware. www.clayzer.com under Resources/Freeware. Or just do a search for "signature", "applet", "capture" or any combination the three!
Posted by Brian Clark
at November 29, 2005 01:47 PM