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.
Java ME Technology Day World Tour An exciting new FREE in-depth technical session event for developers. Registered attendees will have the opportunity to interact with experienced Java ME engineers and learn more about future Java ME technologies.
Java ME Technology Design Guidelines A set of guidelines offering techniques to help developers create a single version of an application that will execute on the widest number of handsets.
Sun Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC, Beta is now available. This is the first release for device emulation and build tools supporting the Connected Device Configuration platform. It includes support for CDC 1.1, Foundation Profile 1.1, Personal Basis Profile 1.1, and Advanced Graphics User Interface 1.0.
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.
Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5 for CLDC, Beta is now available.- Get access to the latest APIs including an early implementation of Mobile Service Architecture, JSR 248. It includes support for Session Initiation Protocol API (JSR 180), Scalable 2D Vector Graphics API (JSR 226), Payment API (JSR 229), Advanced Multimedia Supplements (JSR 234), and Mobile Internationalization API (JSR 238).
All major US cable operators commit to deploy OCAP set-top boxes, based on Java ME technology, this year.
The Second Annual Casual Game Evolution Challenge, by Game Trust Enter your Java game by March 1st and you can win $20,000 cash, a display at GDC, and a 4 Person Trip to Costa Rica! Over $50,000 in total prizes and the ultimate global publishing deal worth a lot more. Over 20 developers have already entered. Enter your game today!