Tuesday Aug 31, 2010

NetBeans Mobility at JavaOne and Oracle World 2010

This year we are going to show how to use Java ME Location API to build application to track and share current users position. During our HOL participants create a mobile application which uses the Java ME Location API to track a user's friends and display them on a map. Additionally, this mobile application allows the user to exchange status with friends and shows them on a map along with their photos and names. This HOL is aimed at developers who would like to learn how to bind application content with the current position of an application user.

Participants will learn:

  • How to use Java ME Location API
  • How to use maps web services in a Java ME application
  • How to use Java ME Generic Connection Framework
  • How to use visual tools to design the flow and UI of the application
  • This application can be used with Yahoo Maps (which we are going to use during HOL) or Google Maps (license restrictions).

    Details about HOL:

    Thursday: 3:30PM
    Where My Friends Are: Java ME Location API in Practice
    Stream(s): JAVAONE
    Track(s): Java ME and Mobile
    • S314126
    • [HOL]
    • Hilton San Francisco/Plaza A

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    Karol Harezlak is the Netbeans Visual Mobile Designer lead at Sun Microsystems

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