Thursday Jun 13, 2013

Fresh Bits! Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.3 and ME SDK 3.3 updates

Quick update: 

The Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.3 and Java ME SDK 3.3 EA bits have been refreshed. Please see Terrence Barr's blog for full details.

Thursday Apr 18, 2013

Java ME SDK 3.3 EA and Java ME Embedded 3.3 now available

We are pleased to announce the availability of a number of new releases:
  • Java ME SDK 3.3 EA (Early Access)
  • Java ME Embedded 3.3 for ARM Cortex-M3/M4 (on the KEIL MCBSTM32F200 board)
  • Java ME Embedded 3.3 EA for Raspberry Pi

For more information, please see the Java ME download page, or refer to Terrence Barr's blog.

Note that the Java ME SDK 3.3 is still in Early Access, so you may experience minor issues which are being resolved for the final release.

Friday Nov 18, 2011

Java ME SDK 3.0.5 is released!

Java ME SDK 3.0.5 went live! For many months, we have been working hard to fix bugs from previous version, and add a lot of new features demanded by Java ME community.

You can download the new version from this link. Please see below for more information.

NetBeans Integration
All Java ME tools are implemented as NetBeans plugins.

Device Manager
Java ME SDK now supports multiple device managers. You can switch between different versions of device managers.

LWUIT 1.5 Support
The Resource Editor is available from the Java ME menu to help you design and organize resources for LWUIT applications. For a description of LWUIT 1.5 features, visit the LWUIT download page

Network Monitor
Integrated with NetBeans profiling tools, the Network Monitor now supports WMA, SIP, Bluetooth and OBEX, SATSA APDU and JCRMI, and server sockets.

CPU Profiler
Now uses standard NetBeans profiling facilities to view snapshots. Profiling of VM classes can also be toggled on or off.

WURFL Device Database
The database has been updated with more than 1000 new devices.

  • Tracing - New tracing functionality now includes CLDC VM events, and monitors events such as exceptions, class loading, garbage collection, and methods invocation.
  • New or updated JSR support - Includes support for JSR 234 (Advanced Multimedia Supplements), JSR 253 (Mobile Telephony API), JSR 257 (Contactless Communication API), JSR 258 (Mobile User Interface Customization API), and JSR 293 (XML API for Java ME).

Monday Dec 21, 2009

Screencast: Device Selector

Some time ago I asked you how are you familiar with Device Selector. I'd like to thank everybody who answered the question. We have got lots of interesting information. More than half of participants answered "I don't know what Device Selector is." I didn't expect so high percentage of votes for this option so this is a good chance to say a few words about Device Selector functionality.

Device Selector is a small window in the bottom left corner of Java ME SDK development environment. In general you can use it to set emulator properties or simply run project on different emulators. This screencast shows you Device Selector in action.

Wednesday Apr 15, 2009

Java ME SDK at JavaOne

We are going to present Java ME SDK at technical session at JavaOne this year.

  Title: A Closer Look at the Java™ Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME Platform) SDK 3.0
  Date: 04-JUN-09
  Time: 09:30 AM-10:30 AM
  Venue: Moscone
  Room: Esplanade 303

Please feel free to drop by and discover some of the advanced features of our new JME SDK. I'm pleased to announce that our partner Sony Ericsson will be there. Sony Ericcson will show off their customization of the device adapter for their Java-enabled phones with some cool demos of CPU profiling, debugging, device explorer and online device database.

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