Installing And Configuring Java Me Tools

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  • Installing And Configuring Java Me Tools

    1. 1. Java  ME  Tools   Jussi  Pohjolainen   Version:  2011-­‐08-­‐07  
    2. 2. Sun  Java  Wireless  Toolkit  2.5  •  Toolbox  for  developing  CLDC  and  MIDP  apps  •  Contains  all  the  necessary  parts  for  creaMng   wireless  Java  apps   –  Compiler,  Emulators,  Docs,  etc  •  Although,  it  is  not  a  full  integrated   development  environment,  misses  editor.   –  Use  the  editor  you  want:  Notepad++,  Emacs,  etc.  •  Available  for  Windows  and  Linux    
    3. 3. Java  PlaUorm  Micro  EdiMon  SoVware   Development  Kit  3.0  •  Java  ME  SDK  3.0  is  the  successor  to  the  Sun   Java  Wireless  Toolkit  •  Standalone  development  environment  based   on  NetBeans  •  Includes  also  support  for  JavaFX  mobile  •  Available  for  Windows  XP,  Vista  and  Mac  OS  X    
    4. 4. NetBeans  •  NetBeans  can  be  downloaded  in  several  different   versions.     –  Java  SE,  JavaFX,  Java,  Ruby,  C/C++,  PHP,  All  •  The  Java  –  version  has  support  for  Java  SE,  Java  EE   and  Java  ME   –  Comes  preinstalled  with  Sun  Java  Wireless  Toolkit  2.5  •  Can  be  easily  configured  with  Java  ME  SDK  3.0  and   Nokias  SDKs  •  Includes  powerful  tools  for  Java  ME  development,   for  example  visual  mobile  designer  
    5. 5. Eclipse  •  Eclipse  can  be  used  for  Java  ME  Development   via  the  Mobile  Tools  for  Java  (MTJ)  plug-­‐in.  •  Java  ME  IntegraMon  is  not  as  good  as  in   NetBeans    
    6. 6. Manufacturer-­‐Specific  Emulators  •  Both  WTK  and  Java  ME  SDK  comes  with  Suns   Java  ME  emulators   –  To  use  other  emulators,  download  them  from   third  party,  for  example  Nokia,  Samsung,  etc.  •  Nokias  newest  SDKs:   –  S40  6th  Edi:on  feature  pack  1   –  Nokia  Symbian^3  •  Development  Kit  for  Symbian  C++  and  Java  
    7. 7. Nokia  SDK  for  Java  •  Nokia  SDK  1.0  for  Java  is  SDK  that  supports   S40  6th  EdiMon  FP1  and  future  plaUorms  •  CreaMng  and  tesMng  apps  for  Touch  and  Type   phones   –  Touch  and  Type  UI  EmulaMon   –  Touch  and  Type  UI  APIs   –  Tools  for  locaMon  based  apps  •  Must  be  configured  with  some  IDE,  like   Netbeans  
    8. 8. Complete  SoluMon  for     Developing  Java  ME  Apps   Java  ME  SDK  3.0  NetBeans  Java   uses   Sun  Java  Wireless  Toolkits     Nokia  SDK  For  Java   emulators   Symbian^3  SDK   ...   requires   JDK  6   Perl  5.6.1  635  
    9. 9. Configuring  Java  ME  SDK  3.0  •  Adding  manufacturer  specific  emulators   –  Choose     •  Tools  »  Java  PlaUorms  »  Add  PlaUorm  »  Java  ME  MIDP   PlaUorm  Emulator  »  Find  More  Java  ME  PlaUorms   •  Choose  appropriate  directory  for  manufacturer  specific   sdk  •  Java  ME  plaUorm  must  be  Java  ME  SDK  3.0   complient   –  Unfortunately  it  seems,  that  Nokias  SDKs  are  not   complient  yet.  
    10. 10. Configuring  NetBeans  •  Adding  manufacturer  specific  emulators   –  Choose     •  Tools  »  Java  PlaUorms  »  Add  PlaUorm  »  Java  ME  MIDP   PlaUorm  Emulator  »  Find  More  Java  ME  PlaUorms   •  Choose  appropriate  directory  for  manufacturer  specific   sdk,  for  example:  c:s60  
    11. 11. Links  to  SoVware  •  NetBeans   –  hjp://www.netbeans.org/  •  Java  ME  SDK  3.0   –  hjp://java.sun.com/javame/sdk/  •  Nokia  Java  Tools   –  hjp://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/Java/ Tools/  

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