Amazon Kindle e-Ink based device programming: Java ME CDC old school

If you like doing Amazon Kindle development in the old-school way (Java ME CDC-based apps) on their e-Ink based readers, then here's how to download and use the Amazon Kindle Development Kit (KDK).

See:

Download Amazon KDK

Here's a quote:

 We're excited to introduce the all-
 new Kindle family: Kindle, Kindle 
 Touch, and [blah-blah]. The KDK has 
 APIs, tools, and documentation to 
 help you create active content for 
 Kindle, Kindle Touch, and other E 
 Ink Kindles.
Kickin' old school with Java ME CDC technology is the way to go. You can come up with the next Word with Friends this way.

Comments:

import java.util.*;
in this case i will put any symbol insted of * then what happen

Posted by guest on June 12, 2012 at 01:10 AM PDT #

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