Blu-ray Disc Application Development with Java ME

By Bruce Hopkins

The Java platform for Blue-ray disc players is called BD-J. In the first part of this series, I'm going to cover the following topics:

\* Basic Requirements for BD-J Development
\* What the BD-J Platform Can Do
\* BD-J Specification and APIs
\* Understanding the Blu-ray Profiles
\* Xlets and Xlet Lifecycles
\* Creating Your First BD-J Application

Included is sample code that creates a simple application that implements all the Xlet lifecycle methods. It performs a very simple operation: writing text on the screen.

I'm going to assume that you have absolutely no Java ME or video-content creation experience whatsoever. Having that said, let's get started.

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