A kit for Java unified mobile applications
With the new development kit Java 3.0 Platform Micro Edition (JavaME), the Sun editor wants to make life easier for creators of mobile applications. They are often faced with a fragmented development and tedious due to the large number of different terminals on the market.
Thus, JavaME SDK 3.0 combines in a single package both toolkits Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5.2 for CDLC (for telephone entry level) and Sun Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC (for high-end phones). Until now, these toolkits were independent of each other. But that's not all. The SDK also includes the functions of development for Blu-ray, as well as technology JavaFX to create rich web interfaces.
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A database of 800 terminals
The development kit has a database of 800 terminals that allow the developer to know what functions it can implement on which platforms and how. "With this SDK, the developer has all the technologies available and can spend more easily from one user profile to another," says Alexis Moussine-Pushkin, Java architect at Sun.
Another new SDK integrates with the graphical design tool for integrated development environment NetBeans. This design tool was previously reserved for applications for jobs. But NetBeans is not an obligation. The kit can also be used with other environments such as Eclipse.
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