Java ME SDK team is back!

Hi,

We are still here! There have been some changes in team members and structures, but we are still here. We have been busy working on improvements and fixing bugs. New version will be released soon. Stay tuned.

- Java ME SDK Team 

Comments:

Hi all guys,
I'm really glad that you are back, we missed you but what's next?

You know that JavaME is fading out from the mobile market, what have in mind to change this?
Do you know that really few phone supports JavaME now?

Are you planning on writing a JVM for Android/iOS ?

Posted by Davide Perini on July 06, 2011 at 09:29 AM PDT #

Hi Davide,

We are glad to hear from you. I cannot comment on JVM for Android or iOS, but we appreciate your feedback.

Posted by Sungmoon Cho on July 06, 2011 at 09:57 AM PDT #

Ok, I will follow you as many others...
We want JavaME back to its place, it was wonderful when 99% of phones on the market was able to run J2ME. We hope that we will see something similar in the future.

we are rooting for you! keep up the good work.

Posted by Davide Perini on July 06, 2011 at 10:26 AM PDT #

You guys rock!!!
I hope to see a new JME SDK soon with great and improved features. Keep up the good work, we all have faith in you guys.

Posted by Renato Perini on July 07, 2011 at 03:33 AM PDT #

Hi guys,
I developed a Lego Mindstorms NXT Java ME Mobile Drone (Lego NXT car controlled via bluetooth by mobile, mobile itself controlled via internet by desktop PC; mobile took pictures and sent to PC, so it was quiet cool).
And already during my development, I can just say, that IMHO Java ME is dead and has no further use (especially for mobiles). Why should someone develop in Java ME, I hated the restrictions the mobile manufacturer could delimit. I think u missed the enormous potential right from beginning of smartphones.
Just my opinion!

Posted by sebastian on July 11, 2011 at 08:38 PM PDT #

Dear all

I developed several mass-market JavaME apps that reached 100.000's of users, back since 2003. I've always been a great supported of JavaME, but I can also tell you its a pain and agony, especially code signing and platform bugs a huge issue.

Silvano

Posted by Silvano on February 11, 2012 at 07:36 AM PST #

I'm another developer who's experienced the excitement of JavaME and developed a large project on the platform, only to be totally disheartened by the deployment process. In short, the project stopped dead in the water when, as a small company, we were faced with a dozen different verification processes. Add on top of this the fees for the signing certiciates and it was just a no-go. The 'write once run anywhere' was so close, but just completely killed by the signing certificate process.

Posted by Chris Hatton on May 27, 2012 at 03:03 PM PDT #

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