After JustJava of this year, I've committed in SVN the last version of CoSMo source code.
These days I had to store and travel some settings of mobile applications. So, to get my life easier decided to use the scheme properties. That is, a key = value. And you may think I am getting crazy, right !?!?
I've received a link sent by Mauricio Leal about the Evolution of Mobile Phones. ItÂ´s very intersting and "funny" :D
Take a look: http://www.cellular-news.com/story/31148.php
This post itÂ´s just to express my excitement with this great API. IÂ´ve just read the tutorial and make little examples, and itÂ´s look easy.
I'm realy thinking about use it on CoSMo, to make it more "friendly" and with a better look.
Now, I'm creating an expenses tracker with LWUIT and when itÂ´s finished I'll post it here with my impressions about it!!
After a long and tenebrous winter, finally I had time to write again somethings that I think are usefull about mobile development, and, mainly, about Java ME!
Hi all ... IÂ´m back !!! ;-)
LetÂ´s finish this post series with the last (but not less important) element thatÂ´s I think is essential on a quality JME application development: Connectivity !
To be or not to be CONNECTED ?!?!
Because today, be connected is more than a simple feature of a mobile application, itÂ´s a requirement!
Hi all !!
LetÂ´s talk today about witch IDE use to JME development and after, about MIDlet (and MIDlet life-cycle) and User Interface.
Until few days ago I used to develop my applications with Eclipse, mainly by your excellent code editor and great re-factor stuff thats made faster the code re usability.
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...
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!