There are a couple of new and exciting things happening this year at JavaOne: the inaugural CommunityOne event that kicks off on Monday, and two new one-day tracks. This year two devices were chosen...
Announcing the launch of the phoneME UI Labs site!
For those curious to know what's ahead with Java ME, the following JavaOne 2007 BoF delivered by Onno Kluyt might have just the right answers:
BOF-5697, Tuesday, 8 May 20:00-20:50 "Take the Guessing out of the
Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) Future: Latest JSRs Predict
Exciting Technology Developments Ahead" ...
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What you have to know before starting creating JME applications.
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Letting your Java app monitor your HOT playstation 3 and even your beloved plants is easy to do when you have alert midlets to shepherd the way.
This article describes types of interactive tests that are being developed for Java Technology Compatibility Kits, testing of what functionality requires user interaction. What Java ME limitations cause problems for development of tests, that require user interaction and how these limitations can be worked out.
In this post you will be provided with detailed instructions about installation of NetBeans plug-in modules.
The NetBeans plug-in modules integrates cqME tools with NetBeans IDE and applies them to testing of Java ME applications. This post discusses motivation for development of this plug-in.
First, before start blogging, IÂ´d like to introduce myself!
"The most profound technologies are those that disappear.", said Mark Weiser in 1999. Everyday I see a bunch of new technologies coming up but, what have they changed in my life? Java is reaching its 12th year, but it is still there and has not disappeared yet. Maybe, the technology is not so profound as we used to think....
I recently returned from a two week trip to Brazil. I was there for FISL and Java ME Day, which was part of Sun Tech Days. I had an outstanding trip, from a Mobile & Embedded Community perspective. I talked to many people about Java ME and our open source community. Some of the technical highlights included ..
Does anyone want to meet up at JavaOne?
You spend hours developing a very cool JavaME application and then, you manage to install into your device and you start play with it. Is that all ? Is your JavaME application ready for prime time ? Maybe you're missing some very important during the development process: TEST !!!
Although I donâ€™t have the official numbers, Iâ€™m sure most of developers are looking a way to make money with their mobile applications. Some may find really hard to develop a business model, so you can offer Java mobile applications to millions of hunger consumers out there.
This is a follow-up to my previous article "Why Choose Java?". This article will try to provide some answers about various things that embedded device developers are likely to ask when choosing a software platform to develop on.
I spent yesterday visiting e-DEPLOY, a small JavaME developer in Brazil. What I discovered was a vibrant new company with some innovative approaches to management. There software wasn't bad either.
Pay special attention to blocking operations (e.g. methods that establish a connection to the network) which can lock up the mobile device' screen, leaving the user frustrated with the application. To prevent this, all blocking operations should be performed in a separate thread.
Those of us who have worked with the Java platform tends to take its benefits for granted. However, to a developer who is new to the Java platform, the reasons to choose it may not be so obvious. This article will try to capture once again why the Java platform makes sense both from a technical and business perspective. However, I will talk about this from an embedded systems developer's perspective.
As my very first blog entry, I thought it would be appropriate to introduce myself. My name is Qusay H. Mahmoud. My first name is pronounced "Kosai", but everyone calls me "Q". Yes, there is a Q in Star Trek, and another Q in James Bond, but this Q is from Palestine. :-)