Thursday May 25, 2006
Saturday May 20, 2006
By lukas on May 20, 2006
Wednesday May 17, 2006
By lukas on May 17, 2006
The Jasper S20 is the first mobile phone powered by the Java Platform to support an early access version of JSR- 209 specifications, providing Java Micro Edition application developers with the ability to create advanced user interfaces for mobile phones and devices using Swing and Java2D.
Petr worked like crazy during nights, days and weekends. The created the new version of the Mobility Pack for CDC. I think that almost nobody noticed... It supports the Jasper phone that they sell here at JavaOne. I'm going to register (I hate this part) and download the SavaJe SDK.
By lukas on May 17, 2006
Come to the Mobility Pack booth. We are collecting business cards of the users. One of them will win new BlackBerry phone. The chance for win is pretty big right now
I'll spend 2 hours in morning and two hours after lunch at the pod again. Meet me there.
I thought that the booth is at the corner of the Sun's booths village but unfortunatelly we are a little bit hidden in middle. Next to the Creator guys.
Monday May 15, 2006
By lukas on May 15, 2006
Saturday May 06, 2006
By lukas on May 06, 2006
A month ago the NetBeans Mobility Pack for CDC appeared. It's focused on the CDC/PP development. You can use all the features of the NetBeans IDE for the development of CDC/PP applications. It supports only Sony Ericsson CDC Platform and Nokia Series 80 now. It's planned to support RICOH and SavaJe. There is a way how to develop and deploy to PocketPC as well.
We can say that Mobility Pack covers both now - CDC and CLDC...
Don't you know what is the difference between CLDC and CDC?
Friday May 05, 2006
Sunday Apr 30, 2006
By lukas on Apr 30, 2006
The preprocessor syntax is Antenna compatible. You can easily import code from Antenna to Mobility Pack and it should work.
Maybe you are asking what is it all about? Why a preprocessor?
I already explained it in my previous post almost year ago... In one sentence - the preprocessor helps us to solve device fragmentation.
There is new article explaining all the new directives of preprocessor in 5.0. Enjoy it
Thursday Apr 27, 2006
By lukas on Apr 27, 2006
I knew that I couldn't join the Java Masters 2006. I even understand it. I would definitelly push on the judges to vote for me. It's easy when you work in the same company. (to make it clear - the last two sentences are ironic). I really 'dont understand why I cannot win the mug...
You can win it. You can win even more if you are able to create an cool application for your mobile phone with NetBeans Mobility Pack. Don't be shy, go ahead and join Java Masters
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- So long and thanks for all the bugs
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