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Mobile dev 2011 - J2ME and BlackBerry @ MoMo Tallinn 11.04.11


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Jaak Laineste
@ MoMo "Mobile Software Development Development - 3 years later", Tallinn 11.04.11

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Mobile dev 2011 - J2ME and BlackBerry @ MoMo Tallinn 11.04.11

  1. 1. Mobile dev 2011 J2ME and BlackBerryMonday, April 11, 2011
  2. 2. Java ME developments Nothing new New name: J2ME -> Java ME Upgrade to MIDP 2.1 from 2.0, minor updates Java owned by ORACLEMonday, April 11, 2011
  3. 3. Java ME status (still) the OS of the feature-phones “5 of top 5 handset platforms use Java” Strong in developing world: Asia, Russia, Africa etc Secondary platform in most smartphones Some Android (LG), BlackBerry, Symbian, Bada, old WinMo LG, SonyEricsson, Motorola: support Nokia, Samsung: “better do native - Qt(?)/Bada”Monday, April 11, 2011
  4. 4. Java ME gravestone No market (only games) Poor user experience Prompts, networking (Nokia S40) Limited distribution channels Ovi, GetJar (50K apps), major operators No end-usersMonday, April 11, 2011
  5. 5. BlackBerry dev Phones: Java (Java ME + extensions) PlayBook Tablet: Adobe AIR Adobe AIR 2.5 Mobile Device profile Flash builder 4.01 or later plug-in, Actionscript 3.0 Both: WebWorks SDK (formerly Web Widgets) Packaging, JavaScript extensions, file IO, SQLite, Menu integrationMonday, April 11, 2011
  6. 6. Latest Java OS-s BlackBerry OS 5.0 WebWorks, Gears API Dual-touch improved, better networking BlackBerry OS 6.0 Better maps, Wifi location Better UI, WebKit, HTML5, universal search Twitter, Facebook integratedMonday, April 11, 2011
  7. 7. BlackBerry future Multi-runtime for PlayBook BB Java and Android 2.3 (sic!) apps BlackBerry OS 7 - in development BlackBerry OS 8 QNX Neutrino-based Unified phone and Tablet OS Store: “only” 20.000 apps Android 200K, iOS 400K,Monday, April 11, 2011