Device Selector Poll

Java ME SDK 3.0 was released half a year ago. During this time you have got a lot of experience with this product and we would be happy if you could share it with us. It helps us to improve the product to satisfy your needs. Today we would like to know your opinion about Device Selector.
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JavaME is my favourite technology on where to develop on...
Bye :)

Posted by Davide Perini on October 11, 2009 at 11:30 PM PDT #

If there will be a WTK 3 for linux, maybe I will be able to find out what the Device Selector is.
Thank you.

Posted by Alex Maguran on October 12, 2009 at 12:02 AM PDT #

How about a Java company producing an IDE that isn't tied to the windows desktop?

Could understand if you produced a Solaris only version, but only making a Windows version is N.U.T.S.

Posted by bryan hunt on October 12, 2009 at 07:07 PM PDT #

It has been already answered a few times on this blog as well as on other Java
ME forums that versions for Mac and Linux are in progress. Also reasons why it
takes some time to deliver these versions were explained so we cannot say
nothing else than be patient.
Till 3.0 version for Linux is released you can use Sun Java Wireless Toolkit
2.5.2 - http://java.sun.com/products/sjwtoolkit/download-2_5_2.html

Posted by Radko Najman on October 12, 2009 at 07:27 PM PDT #

I hope to see more features in the JavaME technology and a wider range of good JVM preinstalled in phones like (Windows Mobile, Android, iphone)...
I'm a Linux user, but I haven't got any problem to start Windows when I need to develop for JavaME since all the major SDK are for windows.

Posted by Davide Perini on October 12, 2009 at 07:40 PM PDT #

I do have a problem with running the SDK in windows because all our other development infrastructure is in a unix environment. This is mostly source code revision control, processing of data which ends up in jar files, code editors (netbeans & eclipse), networked filesystem and a system for web publishing are all in the unix environment.
It hurts to try to involve windows in the build process. The overhead of integrating and managing a proper windows installation is just too much. We'd like to experiment with JavaFX, but right now we can't.
Maybe it's easy to just add a windows install if you've got deep pockets for extra HW and software licenses and time to spare...

Posted by John on October 12, 2009 at 10:01 PM PDT #

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