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Biswajit Sarkar has an introduction to drawing, loading, and animating SVG images in ME.
Dave Most, Mobile Application Manager at Nellymoser, talks about the challenges in providing mobile media on a variety of handsets and how to separate form (UI) from the function to deliver a rich, satisfying experience to the user.
Bruce Boyes, CEO of Systronix, describes TrackBot, a small robotic device with built-in sensor modules that provide beaconing, obstacle avoidance, spatial awareness, communication, and navigation. Add a SunSPOT device to TrackBot, and the result is a powerful but affordable strategy for large-scale deployments in swarms and collaborative robotic behavior.
In this interview at 2007 JavaOne conference, Amobee Media Systems' Ziv Eliraz describes the company's unique operator-centric system for ad-funding mobile services and applications. Developers can integrate Amobee's handset API ("HAPI") in their Java applications and generate revenue in a way that is contextually sensitive and user-friendly.
Max Carlson, Laszlo Systems co-founder, and Hinkmond Wong, Sun senior staff engineer, discuss OpenLaszlo and Project Orbit. Designed to free content developers from worrying about runtime issues, OpenLaszlo supports zero-install deployment of Ajax applications in multiple environments. Project Orbit is the Sun Java ME viewer for Laszlo Web 2.0 content on set-top boxes and smart cell phones.
Roger and Terrence interview Steve Wolak and Peter Thompson from Vodafone about the new Betavine site, a research and development space that encourages collaboration in mobile and internet communications. As a Betavine user, you can download and test applications, create your own projects and blogs, and interact with other users.
C. Enrique Ortiz, a recognized mobility expert, renowned blogger, developer, and author, touches on a range of mobility topics in this interview, including: moving to CDC; the latest JSRs that are important to mobile developers; mobile AJAX; and the issue of device fragmentation.
Catch Roger Brinkley's and Terrence Barr's interview with Vringo, an independent software vendor (ISV) who launched a video-sharing community that enables you to share video ringtones (or "Vringos") with your buddies. You choose the clips -- from movies, TV, music, or your originals -- you'd like your friends to see on their mobile phones, and they choose the clips they...
In this, our first year of open-sourcing Java ME technology, we have an incredibly rich and varied program for mobile and embedded developers at the 2007 JavaOne conference. Leader Roger Brinkley and tech evangelist Terrence Barr walk through the week-long program in San Francisco, highlighting the most interesting activities and not-to-miss events.
In the second podcast in our Mobile and Embedded Community series, leader Roger Brinkley and tech evangelist Terrence Barr highlight the latest community technology news, and then report on the April events in Brazil at Sun Tech Days and the FISL conference.