The PersonalJava emulation environment software allows you to:
The PersonalJava emulation environment includes no compiler or other development tools. You should use the tools from the Java Development Kit to write and compile your applets and applications. The following chart explains which version of the JDK to use when writing for a specific version of the PersonalJava API.
|When writing for this specification||Use this JDK version||With these compatibility classes|
There are multiple versions of the PersonalJava emulation environment depending on your needs. Please consult the chart below to understand which version to use.
|Specification Version||Ref. Imple. Version||Development Platform||Look-and-Feel||Build Configuration|
A minimal version of the PersonalJava emulation environment is useful if you are writing your applet or application to the lowest common denominator of the PersonalJava API specification. This ensures that your applet or application will be able to run on any device that has an implementation of the PersonalJavaAPI. A maximal version of the PersonalJava emulation environment is useful if you have a specific target device for your applet or application and are sure that certain optional parts of the specification have been implemented.
Note that all dot-dot versions of the specification are minor updates that clarify and remove errors in previous versions. Thus, the version 1.1.3 specification obsoletes version 1.1.2. Similarly, the version 3.0.2 reference implementation obsoletes version 3.0.1.
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