Java ME is typically deployed in resource constrained devices. We like JIT compilers because they can make Java applications run fast on these devices. But how much overhead do they incur? Come find out.
In this entry, I introduce software internationalization (i18n) and localization (i10n) and then, I talk a little bit about JSR 238 - also called Mobile Internationalization API - and how MSA will help to globalize mobile applications.
Confirmed the demonstration of Sun Spot in Switzerland - Monday, 25 June 2007, including the minority report demo, robot swarm and some others novelties.
The list of features supported by NetBeans plug-in is provided.
Java ME Testing Tools at JavaOne 2007 Conference.
An update/addition to yesterday's JavaOne 2007 wrap-up post:
Starting in 2006 Sun has made most of the JavaOne content available online. For JavaOne 2007 the slides and hands-on labs are now being posted. The multimedia presentations/videos are being added over the next weeks. You can find it all right here, including all 2006 content. Access is free too all, even if you didn't sign up for...
JavaOne is already more than a week behind us but I am still recovering ... being half-way through the first year of open source Java ME this JavaOne was more intense than usual. I was basically engaged from Monday morning (CommunityOne) until Friday afternoon, with sessions, meetings, events & parties from 8:00 am to 11:00 pm every day. Hard work, but lots of fun!
By all accounts this seems...
Have you ever heard about Personal Area Networks or simply, PAN? Like the name says, it is a kind of network. The difference off this one is that the communication is established between computers that are close to a Person, usually devices carried by this person (cell phones, PDA's, MP3 players, etc).
In this blog, I talk a little bit about mobile fragmentation, JWTI, and MSA, commenting on its advantages to mobile technology. After that, I discuss how MSA will help JSR 82 (Java APIs for Bluetooth).
When Java was released to the public back in 1995, the source came with it. So Java has always been an "open" platform, but now it is FREE...
Let's start talking about Bluetooth, showing some market numbers and products/services that uses it. In addition, let's comment about which JSR you can use to start making Bluetooth applications in Java!
Yeah, that's my first post and what a better way to introduce myself than telling what I believe for the future. I'm not Nostradamus, but also give my shots.
LetÂ´s talk today about witch IDE use to JME development and after, about MIDlet (and MIDlet life-cycle) and User Interface.
Some changes in the ME Framework were made in response to the feedback from early adopters to simplify its use. The article discusses two problems: how to describe test meta data and how to specify what classes to package into the test MIDlet suite.
I predict that tomorrow, we're not going to have devices in front of us. Instead, everything will be our computer, feeding us with information. D o you want a glimpse of that ? Try Sun's SPOT !!!!!
Java will ship with all Blu-ray devices to drive the success of the this new generation media format for entertainment...
One step forward: This is what I've called after the BOF 5914 - How to work with JavaME Carriers. A very interesting discussions about this happened last night and some of the highlights in there.
I'm pleased to announce that the final release of phoneME Feature MR2 is now available, just in time for JavaOne. For the full announcement, links to the downloads, and further information, please see:
As usual, there is a tremendous amount of activity in the mobility space at JavaOne. Naturally there is a lot of buzz about JavaFX...
Orange believes the Mobile Service Architecture (MSA) is a fantastic opportunity as it opens up the doors to developers, and consequently consumers will have access to more applications...
Over 2 billion devices run Java. Such devices are beginning to multiply. To move this forward, there is a need to reduce the cost
by opening every component of Java technology...