Java Me SDK 3.0 launched!

The mobile group has just released a lovely new version of what used to be called the "wireless toolkit", but is now the Java ME SDK. It includes integration with third-party emulators and Windows Mobile devices; on-device deployment and on-device debugging; CLDC/MIDP, CDC/FP/PBP/AGUI, and BD-J (blue-ray); the new CLDC HotSpot Virtual Machine; an optimized MSA 1.1 stack with extensions; profiling support; new development environment based on Netbeans; the Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT) and device search database are integrated; and the JavaFX Mobile Emulator is now included.

It's a massive release of tasty new stuff for mobile and embedded developers. Enjoy!

Comments:

Please, Please support MacOSX for me JavaFX developer.

Posted by hackinbird on April 27, 2009 at 12:59 PM PDT #

For Windows?.. Where is a real stuff, like Mac, Solaris or at least Linux?..

Posted by bo on April 28, 2009 at 02:19 PM PDT #

I agree with bo, every time a new release of the Java mobility sdk comes out, there seems to be fewer development platforms supported. Now it is just down to a single development platform! Come on, the least Sun (or Oracle) could do is support their own OS (Solaris).

Posted by Nicholas Wourms on April 28, 2009 at 10:22 PM PDT #

While i have read your post a couple of times never seen you reply to comments on your blog post before. I guess the gods are not use to responding?

Posted by Eko Adedayo on April 29, 2009 at 03:28 AM PDT #

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