Famous Internet Site E BAY to Auction Off Mobile Online Gambling Sites
Internet auction site E Bay is to offer the latest online gambling websites. These are to include a mobile multiplayer chess game which is named ChessEverywhere and a mobile multiplayer poker platform.
In view of the changes in the recent attempted shady deals that involved affiliated websites, these cases will allow the successful bidder to receive all of the source code to the cell phone clients as well as the Java server, in addition to domain names and the ASP.Net Web sites which are supporting the wireless delivery of their several products.
The site has been named Maui Texas Hold ‘Em, and it includes a mobile poker platform consisting of Texas hold’em to be played on cell phones allowing for up to 8 players simultaneously. According to current advertising, the site platform will also support stand-alone players for use off-network. Over 50 separate makes of phones have been tested, according to the sellers, including among others Sprint PCS Vision, Series 60, Nokia Series 40 and Sony.
Chess in both stand-alone and multiplayer formats is also supported by the base platform. In order to connect to Internet Chess Services a Telnet-based interface is include. This also provides a mobile-to-desktop option.
The server-side multiplayer platform connects to a MySQL database and is pure Java 5. Thousands of lines of server-side and client-side Java and Java 2 Micro Edition code is included in the auction. Hundreds of pages of Javadocs are included in the documentation. Included is the Ant build system, which supports the automated creation of clients.
A .Net-based platform for wireless delivery of the client software to handsets is also included in the sale also It is known as “over-the-air” or OTA, delivery. C# code-behind is used to implement the platform which is connected to a MySQL database.