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blackmage
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Are the code examples of BDJ avaible anywhere? Or atleast where to start coding?

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Bill Foote

bd-j-dev@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Are the code examples of BDJ avaible anywhere? Or atleast where to start coding?

Why, yes! Check out the subversion repository at
https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net, and the assets in the disc
image in the "files" area.

This is a companion for the HD cookbook, coming out in
early September.

Cheers,

Bill

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gent2k7
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Hi blackmage,
What software are you working with ?
As far as i'm concerned, I'm working with Sonic Scenarist BD-J. You can find examples in the Sonic documentation.

Or else, you can take a look at the GRIN framework code (https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net/javadocs/grin/com/hdcookbook/grin/doc-fi...) which is great, but maybe a bit complicated, depending on what you working on...

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blackmage
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I'm working with Sun Java TookKit 1.0 with CDC and maybe trying to find something with Esclipse.

gent2k7
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Yes you can try Eclipse, or not, I 'm not sure the editor matters.

You can take a look at this :
http://blu-raydisc.com/assets/downloadablefile/bdj_gem_application_defin...
And because the BDJ UI is based on HAVI, I would consider reading this
http://www.havi.org/techinfo/index.html (you have to send your email to get the HAVI specs)