By GD on Oct 29, 2009
Java ME developers can add powerful logging to their MIDlets by simply adding the Microlog code and a configuration file to their projects. Learn more.
This article by Java Champion Bruce Hopkins introduces two major enhancements to the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 3.0 specification, currently in Final Draft stage. Learn more.
On-device debugging isn't useful when your MIDlet is running on a client's phone. This tech tip presents one approach for developers who want a fast and simple way to debug their apps remotely in real environments. Take a look.
In the feature article Faster Data Transfer With Bluetooth and Contactless Communication, Bruce Hopkins shows you how to speed data transfer on Bluetooth applications by using Near-Field Communication (NFC) technology and JSR 257: Contactless Communication API.
Chhandomay Mandal of Reviews Interactive speaks with the JavaFX and Java ME developer.[Read More]
In February 2010, the GSMA Mobile World Congress will celebrate the continued innovation of the mobile industry and showcase the future of wireless communications across the world. Submit your speaking proposal at the call for papers site today.
In this two-part tutorial by Angela Caicedo, you build an application to create and send a message, and a second one to receive the message.
Not sure which CommunityOne and JavaOne conference sessions to attend this year? Here are some suggestions.[Read More]
Learn how to create a MIDlet that will search for Bluetooth-enabled devices and services, and then allow the user to send a simple note to one of the found devices. Read the tech tip.
In the new article "The Developer Insight Series, Part 1: Write Dumb Code -- Advice From Four Leading Java Developers," Java Champions Heinz Kabutz, Cay Horstmann, and Kirk Pepperdine respond to Brian Goetz's advice to avoid cleverness and write dumb code.