Friday Feb 14, 2014

Java ME Embedded 8 Early Access 2

Java ME Embedded Early Access (EA) 2 is an update to the first Java ME Embedded 8 EA release in September 2013. The EA 2 release is an implementation of the Java ME 8 standard (based on the Java ME Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) 8 and Java ME Embedded Profile (MEEP) 8) including:
  • Alignment with Java SE 8 language features and APIs, enabling more streamlined creation of embedded software through a unified development model between Java SE 8 and Java ME 8 
  • A significantly updated "services-enabled" application platform allowing modular and flexible software development and deployment to reduce risk and time-to-market for embedded software solutions
  • Support to customize and "right-size" the platform to address a wider range of use cases with target devices starting as low as 192 KB RAM and 1 MB of Flash/ROM
  • Access from Java to a range of devices via GPIO, I2C, SPI, UART and more to enable easy cross-platform support of use case-specific hardware and peripherals
  • Application development is supported through the Oracle Java ME SDK 8 Early Access 2
Key Features of the Oracle Java ME Embedded 8 EA 2 release:
  • Improved support for JSR 360 (CLDC 8 and GCF 8) and JSR 361 (MEEP 8)
  • Improved tooling support (Developer Agent, On-device Debugging, Memory Monitor, Network Monitor, CPU Profiler, Logging)
  • Improved networking and connectivity, including wireless support (3GPP, CDMA, WiFi)
  • Improved access to peripheral devices through Device Access API
  • New APIs for RESTful programming (JSON, Async HTTP, OAuth)
  • Updated Oracle Java ME SDK 8 EA #2, improving support for new ME 8 functionality, platforms, peripheral devices, tooling, and integration with NetBeans 8 Beta
  • Ongoing support for the following APIs: JSR 75 (File Connection), JSR 120 (Wireless Messaging), JSR 172 (Web Services), JSR 177 (Security and Trust Services), JSR 179 (Location), JSR 280 (XML)
  • Bug fixes, usability, performance, and footprint improvements
Supported Platforms:
  • New support for Qualcomm IoE 6270T on Brew MP
  • Improved support for Raspberry Pi Model B on Debian Linux
  • Improved support for Windows 7 
This Early Access 2 release is targeted at developers and interested parties who would like to explore and evaluate the possibilities of the upcoming Java ME 8 platform.
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