Monday Sep 29, 2008

New Article: The Lightweight User Interface Toolkit (LWUIT): An Introduction

LWUIT is a versatile and compact API for creating attractive application mobile user interfaces. This tutorial by Jonathan Knudsen will quickly get you started creating LWUIT applications for a variety of mobile platforms. Read more.

Thursday Sep 25, 2008

New Article: Blu-ray Disc Application Development

Developer Bruce Hopkins walks you through a complete working example of how to a create BD-J application that works on any Blu-ray disc player, using Java ME. Learn more.

Call for Papers: Mobile, Media & Embedded Developer Days (Jan. 21-22, 2009)

The deadline for call for papers is September 30, 2008, for the Java Mobile, Media & Embedded Developer Days, which will take place January 21 and 22, 2009, at the Sun Santa Clara campus in California.

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Thursday Jul 24, 2008

Java ME: JSR 297 Public Review

JSR 297 Mobile 3D Graphics API 2.0 EG Draft 10 Public Review
This new revision of M3G (JSR 184) will expose the latest graphics hardware features on high-end devices, while improving performance and memory usage on the low end.

Java ME Technology: Everything a Developer Needs for the Mobile Market

This overview looks at the economics, cost of entry, and learning curve in using Java ME technology to penetrate the mobile market. It introduces the JSRs included in the Mobile Services Architecture (MSA) standard.

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Tuesday Jul 15, 2008

Interview: Digisoft.tv's John Allen on Interactive Television

Sun's Jennifer Yonemitsu interviews Digisoft.tv CEO John Allen to discuss the Java ME-based client platform for IPTV set-top boxes, using Sun's Java technology-based media client and Digisoft.tv's middleware/SDK. Read the article.

SigTest Tool

The SigTest tool is an API conformance tool that makes it possible to easily compare the signatures of two different implementations of the same API. It verifies that all of the members are present, reports when new members are added, and checks the specified behavior of each API member. Within the SigTest project on java.net, you can find information about the JT Harness, ME Framework, and the regression test harness (jtreg). Learn more.

Monday Jun 09, 2008

Java Developer Hardy Interview

http://sdnpipeline.blip.tv/


SDN staff writer Ed Ort talks with Java developer Walter Hardy on his interest in Java technologies, particularly around RIAs and scripting.

Sunday Jun 08, 2008

Neto's JavaFX Samples

http://silveiraneto.net/tag/jfxbest/

Silveira Neto, a Brazilian Java developer and student, offers several
JavaFX-technology based samples on his blog:  a side-scrolling game, a
color picker, a ball you can manipulate, and more.

Thursday Jun 05, 2008

Java ME Author Knudsen Interview

http://sdnpipeline.blip.tv/#955566


SDN staff writer Ed Ort interviews Java ME expert and technology author Jonathan Knudsen,--whose latest book is "Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA," at the 2008 JavaOne Conference.

Wednesday Jun 04, 2008

Comparing Mobile Platforms: Java ME and Adobe Flash Lite

http://blogs.sun.com/mobility_techtips/entry/comparing_mobile_platforms_java_me

Bruce Hopkins compares the strengths and weaknesses of each platform in six significant categories: graphics, multimedia, local device accessibility, security, network connectivity, and miscellany.

Tuesday Jun 03, 2008

The Bluetooth Conundrum

http://java.sun.com/javame/technology/msa/jsr82.jsp


SDN staff writer Richard Marejka provides the required code to programmatically detect the presence of the JSR 82 Bluetooth APIs.

Mobility Tech Tips: The Bluetooth Conundrum

Sun Developer Network staff writer Richard Marejka provides the required code to
programmatically detect the presence of the JSR 82 Bluetooth APIs. Read more.

Monday Jun 02, 2008

Sentilla's Pervasive Computing

http://java.sun.com/javaone/sf/2008/articles/gen_sentilla.jsp

Sentilla CTO Joe Polastre's session on Mote software and pervasive computing illustrated how we've moved from "The network is the computer" to "The universe is the computer."

Wednesday May 28, 2008

Comparing Mobile Platforms: Java ME and Adobe Flash Lite

Java developer Bruce Hopkins compares the strengths and weaknesses of each platform in six significant categories: graphics, multimedia, local device accessibility, security, network connectivity, and miscellany. Read more.

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