The JavaOne 2009 Rock Stars were just published. Hinkmond Wong (phoneME Project Lead) and Eric Arsenau (Principal Investigator, SquawkVM) made the list. Congratulations!
JavaFX Mobile development now also available for Mac OS!
Caveat when using NetBeans 6.7.1: After installing NetBeans 6.7.1 with JavaFX you should be able to build and run JavaFX applications on the Windows Mobile EA just fine. However, NetBeans 6.7.1 prompts you update JavaFX though the update center. Do not perform this update as there is an incompatibility between this update and the...
The LWUIT project (Lightweight UI Toolkit) just keeps crankin' ... Among many other recent developments the LWUIT team yesterday released version 1.2. The list of improvements is too long to list here - check out the LWUIT blog.
Just wanted to make sure you check the Java Mobile & Embedded Community home page once in a while - we've just posted a bunch of new content:
Java Mobility Podcast 82: M3DD/LA
LWUIT Designer Update: Redesign Your Resources
Prototype of Java ME SDK on Mac and Linux
Developing Content with JavaFX Mobile, Java ME, and the Messaging API (JSR 205)
Working with Bluetooth and GPS: Follow-up
Just a quick note: Many of the technical sessions and Hands-on-Labs for JavaOne 2009 have now been posted online - free to download. Find it all on SDN. Enjoy.
Back from Brazil and a nice two-week break from traveling.
Mobile, Media, and eMbedded Developer Days Latin America (M3DD/LA ) was extremely successful - sold-out at over 550 attendees, buzzing with activity and enthusiasm, and well-organized. It was a pleasure to be part of it!
Profound thanks to everybody involved (see the signatures on the t-shirt ;-), in particular to Rafael Adrien. Rafael,...