By Roger Brinkley on Apr 10, 2013
Gert Brettlecker's case study Industrial Product Development: Modular Design in Multiple Dimensions with Java.[Read More]
If you didn't notice during JavaOne the Java Micro Edition took a major step forward in its consolidation with Java Standard Edition when JSR 360 was proposed to the JCP community. Over the last couple of years there has been a focus to move Java ME back in line with it's big brother Java SE. We see evidence of this in JCP itself which just recently merged the ME and SE/EE Executive Committees into a single Java Executive Committee. But just before that occurred JSR 360 was proposed and approved for development on October 29. So let's take a look at what changes are now being proposed.[Read More]
Looking for just the right single board computer for that java embedded hobby or work project? The Java Embedded Community has just added a Java Embedded Device Catalog as a resource on the Java Embedded Community web page. The catalog is listing of single board computers with information on SoC, CPU, GPU, RAM, Nand Flash, Video outputs, Audio, USB, Storage, Ethernet, Wireless, Other ports, Power, Power source, Size, Weight, OS included, and Supported OS, and price.[Read More]
As part of the relaunch of the Java Embedded Community on Java.Net we've made available a variety thumbnails and the community banner that embedded developers can include in the blogs, presentations, email signature, and other social media. The thumbnails come in 125x125, 160x160, 200x200, and 250x250 and banner is 798x90.[Read More]
The new Embedded Community has been launched on Java.Net. Originally started as the Mobile & Embedded Community the Embedded Community will focus on Java embedded development for the Java Platform. It is a gathering place that enables and empowers developers to collaborate and innovate, driving the evolution and adoption of the Java platform, both JavaSE and JavaME, for embedded devices.