Tuesday Mar 24, 2009

Video: Ever Wonder How a Sun SPOT Is Made?

Sun Small Programmable Object Technology, better known as Sun SPOT, consists of wireless devices that are used by students, researchers, and hobbyists. Watch this video to see how Sun SPOTs are made.

Thanks to our friends at Sun Community Voices for the link.

Friday Feb 06, 2009

Java ME Product and Technology Releases

Here you'll find current updates to Java ME-related technologies.

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Wednesday Jan 14, 2009

Jazoon'09 in Switzerland Seeks Young Developers for June Tech Talks

Bruno Ghisi says that Jazoon is looking for young developers to give tech talks. Three winners will attend the conference free of charge.

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Monday Dec 22, 2008

Update on M3DD Conference (Jan. 21-23)

The Mobile, Media, & eMbedded Developer Days (M3DD) conference is four weeks from now. Roger Brinkley sends this update.

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Friday Nov 07, 2008

Mobility Tech Tip: Asynchronous Communications With Java ME and SIP, Part 2

In this tech tip, Bruce Hopkins uses a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) proxy and the REGISTER method type to provide a simple yet scalable solution for sending messages asynchronously from one application to the other, when one SIP device is behind a firewall. Learn more.

Article: Report From Africa: Regional Challenges and Opportunities for Java ME

This article describes the opportunity and challenges of developing mobile services in a huge emerging market: Africa. An FM Radio Reference MIDlet from Nokia demonstrates user-centric design.

Tuesday Nov 04, 2008

Java ME Technology Updates

Find current updates to Java ME-related technology.

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Monday Oct 20, 2008

CTIA Wireless 2009 Call for Speakers

CTIA, the Wireless Association, is now accepting applications from individuals who wish to speak at the CTIA Wireless 2009 event, to take place April 1-3, 2009, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Nevada. See the CTIA speakers' page for current proposed topics and a preview of the application form.

Monday Oct 13, 2008

Java ME SDK 3.0 Early Access

The new Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) Software Development Kit 3.0 early-access release for Java Partners supports CLDC, CDC, and Blu-ray Disc Java (BDJ) development. It includes the Mobile Sensors and XML APIs. Download it now.

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.

Wednesday Jul 30, 2008

Introducing the Sun Java System Mobile Enterprise Platform (MEP)

To fulfill the needs of the mobile workforce, Sun has created the Sun Java System Mobile Enterprise Platform (MEP) 1.0.

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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.

Tuesday Jul 15, 2008

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.

Tuesday Jun 03, 2008

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 Mar 10, 2008

Java ME Platform: Product and Technology Releases

JSR 248 Mobile Service Architecture 1.1.0 MREL
This JSR creates a mobile service architecture and platform definition for the high volume wireless handsets continuing the work started in JSR-185 and enhancing the definition with new technologies.

JSR 293 Location API 2.0 0.15 PFD
This specification defines an optional package that enables the developers to use new enhanced location-based features on the JavaTM ME devices.

JSR 262 Web Services Connector for Java Management Extensions (JMX) Agents 1.0 PR
This specification defines a connector for the JMX Remote API that uses web services to make JMX instrumentation available remotely. Clients do not have to be Java technology-based applications, but they can be.

JSR 290 Java Language and XML User Interface Markup Integration 1.0 PR
This JSR enables creation of Java ME applications which combine Web UI markup technologies with Java code. The intent is to leverage the W3C Compound Document Format (CDF) specification.


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