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The Sun Java Wireless Toolkit includes many developer-friendly features:
The Sun Java Wireless Toolkit can be used as a standalone development environment or with an IDE, such as the NetBeans™ Mobility Pack. IDE vendors will find that the Unified Emulator Interface simplifies the task of incorporating the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit into their own development environments.
The toolkit's emulator complies fully with the relevant API technology compatibility kits, ensuring that all the APIs are present and will react consistently with compliant implementations. In standalone mode, users can set individual preferences, build applications, create Java Archive (JAR) and Java Application Descriptor (JAD) files, and more, using either the toolkit's friendly KToolbar interface, or its command line. When integrated with an IDE, the toolkit's utilities and preferences appear in the IDE's menu selections, and also can be controlled from the IDE's command-line interface. When used with an IDE, the toolkit supports source-level debugging.
Developers can download the binary version of the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit freely, from the download page.
Source licensees can create custom versions of the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit and integrate them into their own IDEs. Source licenses and support can be obtained from Java Partner Engineering for a fee. To find out more about source licenses for the toolkit, visit Java Wireless Device Solution Packages.
For more information on the toolkit, please see the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit for CLDC data sheet.