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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Comments:

Hello.

I'll like to know if there are plans to sdk work on linux?
SDK like multiplatform! There is some information about this?

Thanks

Posted by Luciano on February 18, 2014 at 11:08 AM PST #

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