The new release this week of Oracle
Java ME Embedded 3.3 for ARM Cortex M3 make the Oracle
Java ME Embedded product available as a reference binary for the Keil
MCBSTM32F200 platform for development/evaluation purposes. This binary
comes integrated with RTX OS. To help you get up and running, Oracle
Java Evangelist Angela Caicedo has created a new two part video that
shows you all the steps you need to follow to develop your first
applications using Java ME Embedded 3.3 on the Keil evaluation board.
Video: Getting Started with Java ME Embedded 3.3 Part One
This new tutorial video provides the step-by-step guide to get Oracle Java ME Embedded for ARM Cortex M3 up and running on the on Keil evaluation board: from the configuration of the software and hardware, and how to test; how to connect to the command line and logging interfaces; and of course how to get started with this Java ME Embedded application. Angela walks us through how to install, update and even uninstall the application.
Video: Getting Started with Java ME Embedded 3.3 Part Two
In the second video, Caicedo uses Netbeans 7.3 with Oracle Java ME SDK 3.3 NetBeans Plugin, Java ME SDK 3.3 (early access) and the Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.3 for ARM Cortex M3/RTX software distribution to create an embedded application, run it on an emulator and provides tips on how you can debug your application. Then using these tools you will be taken through the steps to create your first application, deploy it, and test that everything is running properly.
Java ME Embedded 3.3 complete product functionality such as peripheral
IO, AMS operations, headless operations, functionality for remote
application management/configurability, etc. is available on the Keil
MCBSTM32F200 platform. Download and see the documentation on OTN to learn more.