LWUIT incorporates a number of 'behind the scenes' support elements that make it possible for the functional features to operate. We shall now take a look at these elements, and see how they work.
Applications often require non-code items. For example, an image used as an icon for a label by an application, is such an item. LWUIT allows such items to be packaged in bundles.
A resource bundle is essentially a binary file that can be loaded into a device. An application can have more than one resource file, and each such file can contain resource elements of the same or different types.
The following types of resource elements are supported: