This morning I attended the keynote speech: Get in the Driver's Seat with Java Technology by Rich Green, Executive Vice President of Software, Sun Microsystems.
John Gage, Chief Scientist, (the master of ceremony if you like) opened the session by welcoming everyone to the event and talked about Java in devices, which are beginning to multiply. To move this forward, there is a need to reduce the...
on May 8, 2007
I'll be flying from Toronto to San Francisco tomorrow morning to attend JavaOne 2007. I will be there between Monday afternoon and Thursday evening; the weather forecast calls for lots of sun and blue sky, which will make walking from hotels to the Moscone Center a pleasant exercise for everyone. :-)
There are a couple of new and exciting things happening this year:
The inaugural CommunityOne...
on May 6, 2007
Would you like to create fun, animated and interactive graphics for your Java ME application?
Announcing the launch of phoneME UI Labs, your one stop resource for developing the next generation of advanced user interface for mobile devices. Use the power of SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) and JSR 226 (Scalable 2D Vector Graphics API) to create compelling graphics on the Java ME platform. The site...
on May 5, 2007
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" ...
Check out the content catalog for other topics! For other Java ME related...
on May 4, 2007
Are you one of those that are very interesting on developing something to mobile devices? Or, Are your boss pushing you to show THAT report on his phone ? And so, you decided to visit some sites and mailing lists about, but you found just a "letter soup" like CLDC, CDC, MIDP and others ?????
Oh yeah, IÂ´ve already done the same... and because this IÂ´m going to show you the "stones path": What...
on May 4, 2007
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on May 4, 2007
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. By passing the information to a hosted
Java EE webapp, anyone can remotely monitor the PS3 and plants from
anywhere using a browser.
to view some dynamically updated graphs showing the changes...
on May 3, 2007
This article is about interactive testing for Java TM
and its ME
specifics. It describes types of interactive tests that are
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
Most of definitions...
on May 3, 2007
The following software is required to ensure that the plug-in works properly and should be downloaded and installed:
Java SE Development Kit (JDK) 6.0
NetBeans IDE 5.5
Apache Ant version 1.6.5 or later
Jini Network Technology Starter Kit v2.1
You can use different Java ME emulators. We tested this plug-in module with the following products:
Java Platform, Micro...
on May 2, 2007
For a long time, testing of Java ME platforms and testing of Java ME applications were quite different areas. The developer community considered platform testing as something that exists far from them and is not applicable to their work.
It's similar to the Formula 1 auto-racing championship. A lot of major car manufacturers such as Mersedes-Benz, BMW, Renault, Toyota, Honda participate in this...
on May 2, 2007
From now on, youÂ´ll find here my little contribution about JME discussion. IÂ´ll post news, articles, codes examples, how-to... well, IÂ´ll try to help you at the JME techonology path! :-)
But, before start blogging, IÂ´d like to introduce myself.
My name is Antonio Marin Neto, but to my friends, just Neto Marin ;-)
IÂ´m a JME programmer since 2005 and IÂ´m started on this world creating...
on May 1, 2007
Mauricio Leal posted these days:
"One day, they (consumers) will wake up and realize that they wonâ€™t need computers like today. Instead of sitting down in a chair and reaching the information, the information will be wide available in your pocket, wherever you go."
I agree with him and I'd say more. In my point of view, the information will be wide available not only in your pocket, but...
on Apr 30, 2007
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:
Hearing about the one laptop per child project. I saw a preso on this at FISL...
on Apr 29, 2007
Previously, some of you have suggested to meet up at JavaOne since we'll all be there. So, here's my availability this year:
tues 5/8 @ 12:00pm - 1:10pm - lunch time 7:10pm - 8:50pmweds 5/9 @ 12:00pm - 1:10pm - lunch timethur 5/10 @ 12:00pm - 1:10pm - lunch time ...
on Apr 28, 2007
Iâ€™m pretty sure that developing a Java ME application is an incredible experience. First, because you have to be very clever on fit everything in a very tiny devices, restrained by display resolution and screen size, not much memory and a few ways of input data (usually a numeric keypad or stylus). Second, because once you did the application and you deploy into your device, itâ€™s really feels...
on Apr 25, 2007
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. One thing that we, mobile developers must understand, itâ€™s that we develop mobile applications for mobile users (not...
on Apr 23, 2007
Previously, I talked about why an embedded systems developer would choose to develop on the Java platform. If you have read that article and are intrigued by the benefits that the Java platform offers, then the next step is probably to ask some more deep probing questions like ...
Do I really need the Java platform?
Sure, the Java platform offers many benefits. But is it needed for my specific...
on Apr 22, 2007
One of the great things about SunTech days is the people that you get to meet. Yesterday Emerson Giannini, one of the company directors, asked E-ming Saung and myself if we could visit his company office. What I found was not only a company creating interesting Java ME applications but a innovative company in the way it handles it's employees.
Paulo Rubens Francez and Emerson Giannini started...
on Apr 20, 2007
I get many email about the application featured in the article MIDP Database Programming with RMS. The application locks up the screen as the MIDlet tries to establish a wireless connection. This article was developed back in 2000 and back then everything worked perfectly. However, when developing networking MIDlets, pay special attention to blocking operations (e.g. methods that establish a...
on Apr 18, 2007
Or as the lawyers will probably correct me, the question in the title would more accurately be phrased as "Why Choose the Java platform?". If you've been following my blog, you may notice that I haven't written in a while. This is because I've been really busy with my day job. One of the things that the job brought me on recently was a road trip to meet with some customers.
On this trip, I...
on Apr 17, 2007