Sun Java Toolkit for CDC

The CDC Toolkit has been integrated into Java ME SDK. While you are welcome to use the Wireless Toolkit, we highly recommend the newer feature-rich Java ME SDK 3.0.

The Sun Java Toolkit for Connected Device Configuration (CDC) is a set of tools for developing applications that run on a range of network-connected consumer and embedded devices that support the Java ME CDC application framework, including high-end wireless devices and set-top boxes. The Toolkit includes an emulation environment, interface documentation, and examples that developers need to bring efficient and successful Java ME applications to market quickly.

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What's new
May 2009
Java ME SDK 3.0 The one SDK you need for all Java ME stacks: combines CLDC, CDC, and Blu-ray Disc Java with a standalone development environment, a comprehensive emulator, and utilities.
January 29, 2007
Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5 for CLDC final release is now available! We have even more demo applications, and new skins on top of the numerous supported Java ME platform APIs.
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December 12, 2006
Sun Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC is now available. Download the toolkit to get build tools and device emulation for developing applications for the Connected Device Configuration, Foundation Profile and Personal Basis Profile. The Advanced Graphic User Interface Optional Package is also available that provides a mobile swing and Java 2D APIs.
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December 8, 2006
Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5 for CLDC, Beta 2 is now available. We have improved the general quality, added some new demo applications, and added support for Java Bindings for the OpenGL(R) ES API (JSR 239).
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July 24, 2006
NetTalk on Getting Started with Connected Device Configuration (CDC) The Connected Device Configuration (CDC) of Java ME (Java Micro Edition) represents many technical and business opportunities. In this Take 10, Matt Volpi, gives an overview of how CDC fits into the Java technology landscape, where CDC technology is today and where it is going, and the key features and benefits of CDC for application developers. Plus learn about the tools and developer programs that are in place to help leverage CDC technology, including the Sun Java Tool Kit for CDC and integration with NetBeans Mobility pack for CDC.
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Sun Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC
Sun Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC. Get access Sun's first emulation environment for the Connected Device Configuration. Develop in an environment that is closer to Java SE, and Swing, supporting the following APIs: Connected Device Configuration 1.1, Foundation Profile 1.1, Personal Basis Profile 1.1, and Advanced Graphics User Interface 1.0.

For a full featured integrated developer environment, download NetBeans Mobility Pack for CDC.
Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5 for CLDC (formerly known as J2ME Wireless Toolkit)
Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5 for CLDC. Supports MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1, WMA 2.0, MMAPI 1.1, Web Services (JSR 172), File and PIM APIs (JSR 75), Bluetooth and OBEX APIs (JSR 82), 3D Graphics (JSR 184), Security and Trust Services API (JSR 177), Location API (JSR 179), Content Handler API (JSR 211), Session Initiated Protocol API (JSR 180), Scalable 2D Vector Graphics (JSR 226), Payment API (JSR 229), Advanced Multimedia Supplements (JSR 234), Mobile Internationalization API (JSR 238), Java Binding for the OpenGL(R) ES API (JSR 239), and the two Java ME platform definitions: Java Technology for the Wireless Industry (JSR 185) and Mobile Service Architecture (JSR 248).

Get the NetBeans Mobility Pack for your mobile application development environment.

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