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...
On June 20th, Brazil hosted the first edition of M3DD/LA (Java Mobile, Media and eMbedded Developer Days - Latin American Edition), in Goiania. The event was huge success (600 attendees) and organizers are considering a big event for next year.
Visiting the Fishermans Wharf at San Francisco Bay I met the
Brazilians that will speak at JavaONE about the recent advances of the
Digital TV in Brazil: Clayton Chagas and Magno Cavalcante.
This session is conducted by a pair from SonyEricsson, and they're discussing Java based rich user interfaces for "mobile" devices. As always the word "mobile" is overly constrained to mean "cell phone" which is to me a misnomer because "mobile" could clearly mean other kinds of devices than cell phones. There are lots of portable electronics devices which would do well to have a light Java...
It's great to be at another JavaOne, and especially this time as an ME EC member. Here are some opportunities to hold court on EC issues.
Join us next week for the JCP Program Annual Awards and an interesting JavaOne JCP panel discussion with the Java ME Executive Committee members
The new Gaming package on JavaME CDC targeted for TV, can make game development really simple.
CableLabs is nearing completion of its beta development phase of the Tru2way Reference Implementation (RI) and will make it publicly available in mid-June.
Hi, I'm one of the Java ME Executive Committee (EC) members and an Individual JCP member (that is, representing you, and not a big corporation, on the EC.) I would like to hear from other Java ME developers while I'm in the UK this week for EC meetings.
Continuing with yesterday's core topic of JavaFX, there's an interesting article about JavaFX mobile applications performance on the Sun Developer Network... also:
Java Today: JavaFX Mobile Applications - Best Practices for Improving Performance, NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta Available for Download!, and WebSpace Server Developer Tools.
Weblogs: JavaOne free pass and travel contest, JAX-WS Maven 2 Plugin 1.12 released, and Servlet 3.0 PFD draft coming soon..
Forums: Delay in web service response, Soap validation best practice?, and Why is it said that Relay communication is HTTP only?.
Featured Podcast: Java Mobility Podcast 77: Java and Symbian OS.
Yesterday, the PhoneME project announced PhoneME Feature Milestone Release 4. This is the fourth major release since PhoneME Feature went live... also:
Java Today: PhoneME Feature Milestone Release 4, JavaOne 2009: Students & Educators get in for free!, and The Top 10 Unused Features in Java.
Weblogs: Developing RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS, Netbeans, Glassfish, Google App Engine & Java Hosting - Oh My!, and Google App Engine for Java sucks.
Forums: Configuring GlassFish/OpenMQ brokerd service to use a passfile?, Interoperability Error between STS and Service, and Getting command arguements in JUnit.
Featured Podcast: Java Mobility Podcast 77: Sound of Motion.
Despite the global economic downturn, activity related to mobile devices continues to grow... also:
Java Today: Google Early Access Release of Android 1.5, Cupcake, Fuji, The Next Generation of OpenESB - This Week's GlassFish Webinar, and JavaTools Community Newsletter - Issue 194.
Featured Podcast: Java Mobility Podcast 77: Sound of Motion;
Weblogs: Sign up for JavaOne, A simple library for Swing UI validation, and JavaFx Quick Tip: Printing to the console;
Forums: Garbage Collection Pauses and Non-interruptable System Calls, Lwuit - Touch screen problem, and Feasibility question - java3d for path intersection detection (no displaying).
Information on Light Weight UI Toolkit (LWUIT) for CDC based Java stack for TV.
Four candidates are competing in a special election for Intel's ME EC seat, vacated in January. For the first time, a forum has been created to permit questions from the community and encourage debate between candidates. Please make this election interesting and help surface the best in the candidates by visiting http://wiki.jcptest.info/boards/index.php?b=2.
After a lot of royalty issues in the Brazilian middleware Java subsystem (Ginga-J), Sun has helped SBDTV Forum and released Java DTV specification.
Java ME SDK has an important feature which can speed up MIDlet development. MIDlet can be redeployed into already opened emulator.
A short report of my poking around with Sun Storage, a Solaris based appliance.
Discussion on available SDKs for developing Java applications for TV. Talk on the upcoming ones from Sun Microsystems.
JavaFX 1.0 is here. JavaFX is the expressive platform for creating and delivering rich Internet experiences across all the screens of your life: for web browsers and desktops - and (in preview) for mobile phones.
The Early Bird pricing of $175 for the Mobile, Media, and eMbedded Developer Days ends December 5. After that pricing increases to $250.00