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Presentation on the Java Store and Java Warehouse given by Richard Hyde and James Allen at the March SvJugFx meeting.

Presentation on the Java Store and Java Warehouse given by Richard Hyde and James Allen at the March SvJugFx meeting.

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    • <Insert Picture Here> Java Store & Java Warehouse Overview James Allen & Richard Hyde Principal Sales Consultants Oracle Embedded Global Business Unit
    • The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. 2 2
    • 3 3
    • Agenda • Store Overview • Java Store Future Deployment • Java Warehouse Overview • Developer Programs 4 4
    • An Opportunity for Java Developers • 50 Million consumer desktops with the JRE in the U.S. • 90 Million JRE downloads/month • 800 Million JRE installations worldwide • An opportunity to distribute/sell JavaSE and JavaFX applications 5 5
    • Java Store & Warehouse Vision Provide developers/ISVs & service providers worldwide with distribution & monetization channels for Java & JavaFX applications across Desktop, Mobile, & TV • Developer Desktop Stores Registration SP/OEM Branded Direct • Application Submission Mobile Stores Developers SP/OEM Branded • Testing • Content Management TV Stores SP/OEM Branded • Settlement Designers Content Stores JAVA WAREHOUSE END USER 6 6
    • Java Store Launch Status • Java Warehouse (US and selected countries -only) • http://java.sun.com/warehouse/overview/locations.jsp • http://java.sun.com/warehouse/ • Warehouse where developers can submit free Java and JavaFX desktop applications • Java Store Open-beta (US Only) • http://store.java.com • Register to participate to the Java Store beta program • An FX desktop client to browse, preview and download Java Warehouse content 7 7
    • Java Store Overview • Consumer store monetizing Java & JavaFX apps New release, R7 on Feb 3 > Built with JavaFX • Key differentiators > Preview, Drag to Install, Sandbox, app update • Current status > Free & for-fee apps (US) > Distributed via java.com • Future > JRE distribution channel, credit card & international deployment store.java.com 8 8
    • Java Store Key Features > Rich desktop application written in Java FX > Deliver via Java webstart (JNLP) > Drag to Install > Preview ability > Update on launch > Application management 9 9
    • Live Demo – Java Store 10 10
    • Java Warehouse Overview • Java & JavaFX app catalog > Desktop • Key features > Registration > App submission & mgmt > Testing > Provisioning > Payment + tax (developer) > Reporting • Current: > Free + “for-fee” apps in US > Developers from 21 countries • Future support: > Mobile & TV content java.sun.com/warehouse 11 11
    • Developer Registration Register for a Sun Developer Network account. Register for the Java Warehouse Program > Requires valid email > Accept the Java Warehouse Developer agreement 12 12
    • Developer Program • Registration • Application submission > Distribution agreement (TOU), $50 $5 annual fee, PayPal > Metadata, jar file(s), images, verified business account help URL, etc • Guidelines/requirements • Standard business models > Java SE or JavaFX consumer > Free Apps (ad funded fine) focused app > For Fee – per download & > Can't dis-intermediate the store subscription (future) > Not offensive, malware, etc > 70/30 revenue share > Signed or sandbox apps > Tax service (initially ISV handles, future Java WH) 13 13
    • Channel Services Program • Targeting Sun affinity partners • Key promotional placement – Showcase apps – Featured apps • Fewer restrictions • Requires supplemental terms and customized revenue share or CPC agreements Sold through Oracle EGBU – Negotiated on a case-by-case basis – Minimum commitments 14 14
    • Live Demo – Java Warehouse 15 15
    • Go and Sign Up Today • Java Store – http://store.java.com • Java Warehouse – http://java.sun.com/warehouse 16 16
    • Application Submission > Provide a sign or sandboxed Java or JavaFX application JAR (manifest with Main class define) > Provide application catalog meta-data information > Icon, thumbnail, screenshots > App descriptions, support link > Choose trusted extension libraries 17 17
    • Submitting An App (cont.) > Multiple Jars allowed ● Up to 50Mb each ● Main class set in Manifest ● Can contain native code (dlls) ● Data and properties fileLess than 50Mb ● Sandboxed or signed Jar >If requesting no sandbox only signed Jar (not self-signed) accepted 18 18
    • Submitting An App (cont.) >Legalexport control limitations (no military or nuclear use, encryption) >Images (PNG) ● Desktop Icons (256x256, 64x64, 32x32) ● Catalog Icon (64x64) ● 1-5 Screenshots (255x170) ● Splash (up to 800x600) 19 19