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Java Micro Edition

Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME)

Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) provides a robust, flexible environment for applications running on embedded and mobile devices in the Internet of Things: micro-controllers, sensors, gateways, mobile phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), TV set-top boxes, printers and more. Java ME includes flexible user interfaces, robust security, built-in network protocols, and support for networked and offline applications that can be downloaded dynamically. Applications based on Java ME are portable across many devices, yet leverage each device's native capabilities.

Oracle Java ME Embedded is a Java runtime that leverages the core Java ME technologies deployed in billions of devices around the world in the Internet of Things. The Java ME specifications are designed to be rich in functionality, portable to a wide range of devices, flexible, and secure while being very resource-efficient and keeping the demands on the underlying platform low.

The Java ME Software Development Kit (SDK) provides device emulation, a standalone development environment and a set of utilities for rapid development of Java ME applications. It integrates the Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and the Connected Device Configuration (CDC) technology into one simple development environment.

Oracle Java ME Embedded Client enables you to develop highly functional, reliable, and portable applications for today's most powerful embedded systems. The flexibility of the Java Platform coupled with and established developer base enables you to develop secure, innovative products while achieving enhanced cost savings and time to market advantage. A vital platform that offers industry-leading reliability, performance, throughput, security, and cross-platform support.

The Connected Limited Device Configuration and the Java ME APIs are used by a vast number of Java mobile phone developers, carriers, and OEMs to create feature phone products around the globe. Oracle is the leader in providing mobile phone technology found on over three billion devices and counting.

Java TV is a Java ME-based technology that provides a performant, secure, and easy to implement solution for developing Java applications that run on TV and set top box devices. Using the Java TV runtime, a developers can easily create applications, such as Electronic Program Guides (EPG's), Video-on-Demand (VOD) clients, games and educational applications, applications for accessing internet data (e.g. weather, news tickers, social networking), and, on most Blu-ray Disc titles, the user interface and bonus content.

Extend the reach of Java in the Internet of Things (IoT) with OJPI. Oracle has introduced the Oracle Java Platform Integrator program to provide partners with the ability to customize Oracle Java Embedded products, including Oracle Java SE Embedded, Oracle Java ME Embedded, and Oracle Java ME Embedded Client, to reach different device types and market segments. Coupled with the massive Java ecosystem of over 9 million Java developers worldwide, this new program will help enable greater development and deployment flexibility for the IoT.

Oracle Java ME Embedded

What's New

Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.3 binaries are available for STM32429I-EVAL (Cortex-M4/RTX), STM 32F746GDISCOVERY (Cortex-M7/RTX), Intel Galileo Gen. 2 and Raspberry Pi (ARM 11/Linux).

NEW (Jan 2018) : Oracle Java ME Software Development Kit (SDK) 8.3.1 is available to support Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.3 and Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.2 platforms. Version 8.3.1 is a maintenance update of Java ME SDK 8.3 and is available on Windows only.

Previous Releases

Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.2 Developer Preview binary is available for Freescale FRDM-K64F (Cortex-M4/mbed)

Java ME SDK

Oracle Java ME SDK is a standalone development environment and a set of utilities for the rapid development of applications for Java ME Embedded. It includes the Java ME Embedded runtime as a device emulation environment for desktop computers. The emulation environment uses the same code base that Oracle licenses to device manufacturers for use on real devices. This enables you to perform extensive testing of your embedded applications on an emulated device before deploying them on a real device.

JAVA ME SDK GETTING STARTED

The Oracle Java, Micro Edition (Java ME) Software Development Kit (SDK) provides device emulation, a standalone development environment and a set of utilities for rapid development of Java ME applications. It integrates the Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and the Connected Device Configuration (CDC) technology into one simple development environment. The Java ME SDK is a successor to the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit and the Java Toolkit for CDC and offers improved device emulation, a standalone lightweight development environment, and powerful tools to speed application development .

Key Features:

  • A single SDK for application development for the full range of Java ME device targets
  • Built-in emulators for application prototyping
  • Customizable device skins for your development environment
  • NetBeans and Eclipse plugins for better IDE integration
  • On-device tooling for remote application management and debugging
  • Application profiling, network monitoring, and memory monitoring

Oracle Java Micro Edition SDK Technical Documentation

A State-of-the-Art toolset for developing embedded and mobile applications, the Oracle Java Micro Edition Software Development Kit provides a a standalone development environment and set of utilities for application development across the whole range of Java ME device targets in the Internet of Things.

Release Notes

Data Sheets

Document Archives

What's New

NEW (Jan 2018) : Oracle Java ME Software Development Kit (SDK) 8.3.1 available to support Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.3 and 8.2 platforms.

Version 8.3.1 is a maintenance update of Java ME SDK 8.3 and is available on Windows only.

Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.3 binaries are available for the following platforms: STM32429I-EVAL (Cortex-M4/RTX), STM 32F746GDISCOVERY (Cortex-M7/RTX), Intel Galileo Gen. 2 and Raspberry Pi (ARM 11/Linux).

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Training

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The Java Tutorials Blog: Learn Java & Thrive.
OLN: Visit the The Oracle Learning Library and scroll down to Java section
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The Java Tutorials Blog: Learn Java & Thrive.
OLN: Visit the The Oracle Learning Library and scroll down to Java section
NETBEANS.ORG: Find NetBeans ID Training for creating applications leveraging Java Embedded Technology

Oracle Java For Mobile And Embedded Devices

Oracle Java Embedded enables you to develop highly functional, reliable, and portable applications for today's most powerful embedded systems. The flexibility of the Java Platform coupled with and established developer base enables you to develop secure, innovative products while achieving enhanced cost savings and time to market advantage.

What's New

NEW Release: Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.2 binaries are now available for Freescale FRDM-K64F (Cortex-M4/mbed) and Raspberry Pi (ARM 11/Linux).

Java for Mobile - Documentation

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Technical Documents

Java for Mobile Product Documentation, Release Notes, Technical Articles, and other useful information.

APIs

References Implementations, Specifications, Samples, Data Sheets, Optional Packages, Programming Notes, and Guides.

System Requirements

Java for Mobile supports platforms that are specifically targeted for embedded markets.

Java TV

News

  • Chihiro Saito, a Blu-ray Disc Java (BD-J) developer, shows how you can use a pre-packaged BD-J application to run in a PC player or a consumer Blu-ray Disc player, complete with source files.
  • Oracle has provided a technote and shell script for building Javadoc API reference bundles for the various API components required for BD-J application development. Project HD Cookbook is an open, collaborative place to gather code for BD-J applications, and other GEM TV platforms. Project HD Cookbook includes GRIN - a framework for GRaphical INteractivity. This framework manages the display of features that are arranged into a show and provides simple remote control handling.

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