Emergence of the “Phonetop”

When it comes to accessing content and services from a device, phones are a tool of choice, limited though they may be. The phonetop concept looks at enabling consumers to access the content they want across any device, but in a manner that works with the specific characteristics of a phone.

Enter JavaFX Mobile – a complete mobile operating and application environment built around Java and Linux open source technologies that allows developers to build rich, high-impact applications using JavaFX script.

JavaFX Product Line Manager Jacob Lehrbaum joins VP of Global Systems Engineering, Hal Stern, on this edition of Innovating@Sun to discuss this latest technology in the world of advanced converging mobile devices. Highlights include:

  • Efforts to create a fully-integrated environment with tight integration between the native operating system and phonetop, as well as downloadable applications and services to get consistent look and feel.
  • What's available to the platform developer
  • Discussion of a telephony framework at the middleware layer
  • How the acquisition of SavaJ assets were used to build out JavaFX Mobile
  • The strategy for the JavaFX family, first products, and leveraging those assets for the TV space and more
  • Options for those who want to start writing code today, including the creation of midlet applications
  • Work with handset manufacturers to get devices to market

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    JavaFX Mobile
    OpenJFX.com

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