Sun Java Toolkit for CDC Overview

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.

 
Contents
 
Introduction
Features and Benefits
Distribution and Licensing
 
Introduction
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 the emulation environments, interface documentation, and examples that developers need to bring efficient and successful Java ME applications to market quickly.

For more general information on CDC technology, see our CDC technology page.

 
Features and Benefits
The Sun Java Toolkit for CDC includes many developer-friendly features: The toolkit's emulator is compliant with the relevant API technology compatibility kits, ensuring that all the APIs are present and will behave consistently with compliant implementations in the final release. The Sun Java Toolkit for CDC functions as a standalone toolkit with a simple development environment. Advanced developer features can be found when integrated with NetBeans™ and NetBeans Mobility Pack for CDC.
 
Distribution and Licensing
Developers can download a binary version of the Sun Java Toolkit for CDC for free.

For any other questions about the Sun Java Toolkit for CDC, please send us an email.

Discuss and ask application development questions with your peers on our CDC interest mailing list or at our CDC forums.


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