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<Insert Picture Here>Whats Coming for Mobile and Embedded Java ME?Terrence BarrSenior Technologist, Mobile & Embedded Tech...
The following is intended to outline our general productdirection. It is intended for information purposes only, andmay no...
Agenda• Java Mobile – Oracle Java Wireless Client 3.0        <Insert Picture Here> – Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT) – Java...
Java : Everywhere                    5
The Spectrum of JavaServers      Desktop   Embedded      TV        Mobile     CardJava EE      JavaFX               Java T...
What the Journalist are Saying“Java may be seem like it is off the radar screen these days when it comes to smartphones an...
Java ME Platform : Design Goals• Modernize the platform  – ME.next : updated platform specifications  – Low footprint, hig...
Java Mobile : 2011 Products and Technologies                       • OJWC 3.0                          – Superior Java Imp...
Oracle Java Wireless Client 3.0     Modern Java Feature Phone runtime     • Features       –   Web UI (JSR 290)       –   ...
What Qualcomm Is Saying     “Oracle’s OJWC is the preferred Java technology      solution for Brew MP”     Jason Kenagy, v...
OJWC 3.0 : Driving new use cases                12                 12
OJWC 3.0 : Oracle Mobile Developer APIs for integrated VAS                      Messaging / SNS                     Naviga...
User Interface : Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT)‫‏‬• Create rich User Interfaces easily  for Java Apps• Lightweight and Fle...
LWUIT : Key Features• Rapid development  – Swing-like MVC  – Clean & simple API• Consistent & flexible  – Portable, extend...
LWUIT : Sample Code     Rendering Rich Text / xHTML contentHTMLComponent htmlC = new HTMLComponent(new HttpRequestHandler(...
LWUIT 1.5 : Core Improvements  Improvements                                               DetailsContainerList     New typ...
LWUIT 1.5 : Other Enhancements• New Platforms  – Java SE Port - Allows prototyping, demoing & debugging    LWUIT applicati...
OJWC 3.0 : Java + Web Architecture Overview                                                              •   WAC 2.0 runti...
OJWC 3.0 : JSR 290 Sample Code    Embedding HTML view into JavaFluidImage fI = FluidManager.createImage(“file:///index.htm...
OJWC 3.0 : Java ME + Web Sample Code         Calling Java Code from JavaScript         function startMusic() {            ...
Tooling : Java ME SDK 3.0.5     • Oracle Mobile Developer APIs        – Alignment with OJWC 3.0 (Java+Web and OJWC extensi...
Java Mobile Roadmap                            Oct     Dec             H1                 H2               CY2010         ...
Java ME 6 : CLDC/CDC Platform Evolution     • Oracle is committed to modernizing the Java ME platform     • A Java ME evol...
Java: The Best Platform for Embedded Applications     All the benefits of the Java language and VM:             Decouples ...
Oracle Java Embedded ClientsTwo Configurations          Java SE    •Full Graphical support                                ...
Java SE Embedded Features and Markets• Just like Java SE, but optimized for embedded –Reduced memory & footprint, special ...
Java SE Embedded Platform ExampleGuruPlug• Low Power ARM/Linux based device design by  Maxwell  – 512 MB RAM, 512 MB Flash...
Oracle Java ME Embedded ClientFeatures and Markets• Industry leading best-in-class CDC Java VM• High performance and relia...
Java Embedded Roadmap          Q2             Q3         Q4                         Q4                CY2011              ...
Calling ALL Java & Java Card Developers   WIN BIG $$$ in SIMagine Developer contest• €55,000 of cash and prizes• €15,000 f...
Resources• Java Micro Edition Home (incl. Mobile)  – oracle.com/technetwork/java/javame• Java Embedded Products  – oracle....
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  2. 2. <Insert Picture Here>Whats Coming for Mobile and Embedded Java ME?Terrence BarrSenior Technologist, Mobile & Embedded Technologies
  3. 3. The following is intended to outline our general productdirection. It is intended for information purposes only, andmay not be incorporated into any contract. It is not acommitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality,and should not be relied upon in making purchasingdecisions.The development, release, and timing of any features orfunctionality described for Oracle’s products remains at thesole discretion of Oracle. 3
  4. 4. Agenda• Java Mobile – Oracle Java Wireless Client 3.0 <Insert Picture Here> – Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT) – Java ME + Web• Java ME Platform Evolution• Java Embedded – Java: The Best Platform for Embedded – Java SE Embedded – Oracle Java ME Embedded Client 4 4
  5. 5. Java : Everywhere 5
  6. 6. The Spectrum of JavaServers Desktop Embedded TV Mobile CardJava EE JavaFX Java TV MSA Java SE Java ME Java Card Java Language 6
  7. 7. What the Journalist are Saying“Java may be seem like it is off the radar screen these days when it comes to smartphones and tablets, with platforms such as Apples iOS and Googles Android clearly dominating the headlines. But dont count Java out on newfangled small form- factor devices”Paul Krill, Computer World, March 17, 2011 7 7
  8. 8. Java ME Platform : Design Goals• Modernize the platform – ME.next : updated platform specifications – Low footprint, high performance runtimes – Integration of Web technologies• Power Value-Added Services in the Java mobile stack – Developer-enabling services such as payment and advertizing – Access to operator services through Network APIs – Set of pre-integrand and optimized Core applications• Transform the Consumer Experience – Easy on-device access to popular application stores – Portfolio of unique, critical local mobile Value-Added Services (VAS) – Solutions for device content management 8
  9. 9. Java Mobile : 2011 Products and Technologies • OJWC 3.0 – Superior Java Implementation – Oracle Developer APIs – Java + Web • Tooling – ME SDK 3.1 – LWUIT 1.5 • Java ME 6 (ME.next)9 9
  10. 10. Oracle Java Wireless Client 3.0 Modern Java Feature Phone runtime • Features – Web UI (JSR 290) – LWUIT optimizations – IMS, Telephony – Java/Javascript bridge – Oracle Developer APIs – SIM – based customization – High-perf., multi-tasking VM Release June CY2011 to Device Manufacturers • Optional Components – Integrated Web Runtime10 10
  11. 11. What Qualcomm Is Saying “Oracle’s OJWC is the preferred Java technology solution for Brew MP” Jason Kenagy, vice president of product management for Qualcomm CDMA Technologies11 11
  12. 12. OJWC 3.0 : Driving new use cases 12 12
  13. 13. OJWC 3.0 : Oracle Mobile Developer APIs for integrated VAS Messaging / SNS Navigation / LBS Multimedia •Background execution •Location retrieval mechanisms (CellID) •Low level media control. •Auto start •Invocation from native apps •Prop Codec integration •Adv. phonebook access •Expose LBS APIs to other apps. •DRM Integration •Native inbox access •Progressive download •Showing notifications •UI Layer support •User accounts Mgmt. Shopping / ecommerce Browser AMS / System •Headless installation •Handling “non-browser” content •More system properties •DRM Support •DRM Integration •Advanced Security •Idle screen execution •Invocation from native apps •Interoperability with other service •24/7 •RTSP support within browser •Network bearer API •Invocation of native apps. •Vector font •Push Notification13 13
  14. 14. User Interface : Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT)‫‏‬• Create rich User Interfaces easily for Java Apps• Lightweight and Flexible • Small footprint – as low as 50KB • Advanced UI component model, highly customizable • Runs on any CLDC 1.1, MIDP 2.0 device • Used as standalone library, bundled into the application• Strong developer adoption • Commercially used by Comverse VVM, Emoze email, Telmap, majimob, 8motions, MEP, StoreFront, Micello, …• Integrated in Java ME SDK 3.0.5• Active and vibrant Open Source community on java.net 14
  15. 15. LWUIT : Key Features• Rapid development – Swing-like MVC – Clean & simple API• Consistent & flexible – Portable, extendable• Pluggable Look & Feel – Brand-able/theme-able• Touch screen support• Rich widgets• 3D, SVG Integration• I18N/L10N, bi-di text• Tested on broad range of devices 15
  16. 16. LWUIT : Sample Code Rendering Rich Text / xHTML contentHTMLComponent htmlC = new HTMLComponent(new HttpRequestHandler());Form form = new Form();form.addComonent(htmlC);form.show();htmlC.setPage(http://wap.cclol.com/thedailyshow.rbml); 16
  17. 17. LWUIT 1.5 : Core Improvements Improvements DetailsContainerList New type of List that provides greater customizability e.g. Grid view, variable row heights etc.Improved native Peer components allow integrating native platform components with LWUIT componentscomponentintegrationNew media Simpler API for video control handling that works better across platformscomponent forvideo handlingNew audio APIs Deep integration of audio playback into the LWUIT API as well as support for native system soundsNew Tabs Replacement to the tabbed pane component that allows greater design flexibility and swipecomponent actions. 17
  18. 18. LWUIT 1.5 : Other Enhancements• New Platforms – Java SE Port - Allows prototyping, demoing & debugging LWUIT applications on top of Java SE including the ability to embed a LWUIT application as an Applet! – Blackberry Torch support - Many new features including support for the torch device and improved native input.• Tools Improvements – New GUI Builder as part of the resource editor tool – Resource editor redesign, including many usability improvements 18
  19. 19. OJWC 3.0 : Java + Web Architecture Overview • WAC 2.0 runtime on top of Java ME runtime • JavaScript extensions • Multiple application models • Integrated application management system (AMS) • High portability Key Benefits • Access Device Capability and Java Business logic from Web applications • Web rendering within Java applications • Seamless integration of Java apps & web applications 19 19
  20. 20. OJWC 3.0 : JSR 290 Sample Code Embedding HTML view into JavaFluidImage fI = FluidManager.createImage(“file:///index.html”, …);FluidPlayer fP =FluidManager.createPlayer(fI,”javax.microedition.lcdui.Canvas);FluidComponent fC = (FluidComponent)fluidPlayer.getTargetComponent();fI.setViewportWidth(WIDTH);fI.setViewportHeight(HEIGHT);fluidPlayer.play()Display.getDisplay(this)setCurrent((Canvas)fC); 20
  21. 21. OJWC 3.0 : Java ME + Web Sample Code Calling Java Code from JavaScript function startMusic() { Widget = new bridge.JavaPackages.com.sun.j2me.jil.Widget.Widget(); AudioPlayer = Widget.Multimedia.AudioPlayer; var fileUrl = "http://localhost/music.mp3";Music AudioPlayer.open(fileUrl);Player AudioPlayer.play(1); } function loadBirthdays() { var PIM = bridge.JavaPackages.javax.microedition.pim.PIM; var Contact = bridge.JavaPackages.javax.microedition.pim.Contact; var result = new Array(); var items = PIM.getInstance().openPIMList(PIM.CONTACT_LIST, PIM.READ_ONLY) .items(); while (items.hasMoreElements()) { var item = items.nextElement(); if (item.countValues(Contact.BIRTHDAY) > 0) { PIM var name = item.getString(Contact.FORMATTED_NAME, 0); var birthday = item.getDate(Contact.BIRTHDAY, 0); result.push(new Record(name, birthday)); } } return result; } 21
  22. 22. Tooling : Java ME SDK 3.0.5 • Oracle Mobile Developer APIs – Alignment with OJWC 3.0 (Java+Web and OJWC extension) – Enable Developer Access to new OJWC 3.0 features • Support for new Java ME JSRs – JSR 257 (NFC), 258 (Custom UI), 293 (location 2.0), 253 (Telephony), 281 (IMS), 290 (Web UI) • New Features – New skins & graphics enhancements – Network monitoring, on-device profiling support – Updated Device database (WURFL) – Update Center Functionality • Release H2 2011 on Win XP / Vista / 722 22
  23. 23. Java Mobile Roadmap Oct Dec H1 H2 CY2010 CY2011 OJWC 2.3 Java Device OJWC 3.0 OJSB 1.0 Test Suite 3.1 LWUIT 1.5 Java ME SDK 3.0.5Upcoming Releases• Oracle Java Wireless Client 3.0 Java ME + Web; Developer Extensions; Increased JSR Support (e.g. IMS, Web UI)• LWUIT 1.5 GUI Builder; Menu Bar; Native Integration; HTML rendering; Virtual Keyboard Mgmt.• Java ME SDK 3.0.5 Support for new JSRs in OJWC 2.3 and OJWC 3.0; Enhance Monitoring / Debugging• Oracle Java Services Bridge 1.0 Java ME content management through the SIM card• JSR 253: Telephony API JSR, JSR 290: Web UI JSR http://oracle.com/technetwork/java/javame/roadmap 23
  24. 24. Java ME 6 : CLDC/CDC Platform Evolution • Oracle is committed to modernizing the Java ME platform • A Java ME evolution proposal has been sent to the JCP EC – It will be further discussed during the next JCP meetings • Key elements of the Java evolution proposal – Adopt/incorporate platform/language enhancements from JDK1.6 – Drive for larger commonality between CDC and CLDC though shared updates to java language, runtime and libraries – Extend APIs / capabilities in existing or new optional packages • Oracle intends to support Java ME.next in future products – Following finalization in JCP – Impacted product lines: Vertical implementations, VMs, tools24 24
  25. 25. Java: The Best Platform for Embedded Applications All the benefits of the Java language and VM: Decouples software development from hardware1 machine-independence, cross-platform, multi- 6 development cycle threading/-core, memory management, security, ... Fully OO & highly productive language, APIs, 7 runtime, and tools allow rapid development and2 Proven, robust, secure, and highly performant deployment platform, deployed in a vast range of environments Leverage huge Java developer base and3 Isolates your apps from language and platform 8 ecosystem (expertise, existing code) variations (e.g. C/C++, kernel, libc differences) 9 Easily create end-to-end solutions integrated with4 Support for key embedded features (low footprint, Java back-end services power management., low latency, etc) Scalable to build solutions from constrained Most popular embedded processors supported, 10 devices to server-class systems5 allowing design flexibility 25
  26. 26. Oracle Java Embedded ClientsTwo Configurations Java SE •Full Graphical support • Java Platform SE including Swing – Multiple ports of full java SE 6 •Includes all Java SE APIs – Up to date w/ Java APIs and language Java ME – Focus: mid- and high-end devices CDC Optional Packages •Foundation, Security, • Java Platform ME CDC AWT, AGUI/Swing, XML, media – Core based on JDK 1.4 subset SE headless •Mobile container for MSA •Industry standards for TV, – Based on multiple embedded industry standards OSGi, etc – Focus: low- and mid-end devices Java SE Hotspot CDC Embedded Operating System 26
  27. 27. Java SE Embedded Features and Markets• Just like Java SE, but optimized for embedded –Reduced memory & footprint, special headless builds, optimized for low memory, optimized GC and power mgmt., multi-core support, ...• Supports additional embedded architectures • ATMs, Parking Meters, POS Systems • Multi Function Printers • Intelligent Power Module, Smart metering • Netbooks, Industrial PCs • Factory Automation, RFID readers • Voice communication, Video conferencing • Routers, switches, storage appliances • Medical imaging, radar 27
  28. 28. Java SE Embedded Platform ExampleGuruPlug• Low Power ARM/Linux based device design by Maxwell – 512 MB RAM, 512 MB Flash, USB & Gigabit Ethernet – ca. 100-120 US$ for single devices• Flexible and Capable• Runs Java SE Arm v5/Linux headless• Low Power Java Web Server: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/11/11/diy_zero_energy_home_server/ 28 28
  29. 29. Oracle Java ME Embedded ClientFeatures and Markets• Industry leading best-in-class CDC Java VM• High performance and reliability with low requirements• Ported to a number of processors and operating systems, highly configurable • Blu-ray Players, Digital TVs, Set-tops, & Media Players • Network Equipments & Storage Devices • VoIP Telephony • eBook Readers • Smart Grid/Meters • Automotive/Telematics • Multi-Functional Printers (MFP) • Handheld Terminals, Kiosk 29
  30. 30. Java Embedded Roadmap Q2 Q3 Q4 Q4 CY2011 CY2012 Java SE Java SEEmbedded 6u25 Embedded 8 Embedded 7 Java ME CDC Java ME CDC Embedded 1.x Embedded Graphics with • JDK 7 • VM Improvements hardware •Additional • Improved Graphics acceleration PBP and JSR 239 platform support API convergence of Java ME CDC and Java SE … 30
  31. 31. Calling ALL Java & Java Card Developers WIN BIG $$$ in SIMagine Developer contest• €55,000 of cash and prizes• €15,000 for the first place winner• Submit a project using Java Card For more information, visit: Connected to interdaceJava ME, Java SE www.simposiumglobal.com or a browser to a back-end system Or• Proposals must be technical & business www.oracle.com/technetwork/• Vertical markets : mobile, utilities, health, java/javacard payment, ID, M2M… © 2011 31
  32. 32. Resources• Java Micro Edition Home (incl. Mobile) – oracle.com/technetwork/java/javame• Java Embedded Products – oracle.com/technetwork/java/embedded• Java Card Home – oracle.com/technetwork/java/javacard• The Java Spotlight Podcast – www.javaspotlight.org• Terrence Barrs blog – http://terrencebarr.wordpress.com 32 32
  33. 33. <Insert Picture Here>Mobile and Embedded Technical KeynoteTerrence BarrSenior Technologist, Mobile & Embedded Technologies
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