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1  Java Game APIs & Engines / J2ME / Re: Development IDEs for J2ME on: 2003-04-14 11:35:07
CodeWarrior is free for a limited time for everyone who joins the www.motocoder. developer program.

plus, the 'PDA edition' of CodeWarrior fixes the JDK 1.4 issue.
2  Java Game APIs & Engines / J2ME / Re: Development IDEs for J2ME on: 2003-03-13 13:54:16
Take a look at Codewarrior Wireless Studio. You can get it for free if you join - which is also free, and it supports virtually all J2ME emulators:

-Sony Ericsson
-Personal Java (PJEE)
- on-device debugging (if device allows)

It includes J2ME features including
- Automatic JAD and JAR generation
- Obfuscation
- LCDUI RAD tools
- automatic compile, preverify, obfuscate, package, and luaunch on an emulator at a signle click

Plus, it is a native applciation (unlike Sun One or JBuilder) so it is fast! three seconds to startup.

Now that you can get it for free, I wonder why would you use anything else (unless you really like command line or love your current IDE)
3  Java Game APIs & Engines / J2ME / Re: Getting Started on: 2003-03-13 13:25:35
A few tips: has free online traininig on J2ME development

Besides Sun's website, you should look at the key phone developer programs

Also, if you join motocoder, you can get a full license CodeWarrior Wireless Studio for Free - which supports J2ME and Personal Java development
4  Java Game APIs & Engines / Tools Discussion / Free CodeWarrior Wireless Studio! on: 2003-03-13 12:36:00
You can get a full licensed copy of Codewarrior for J2ME and Personal Java development by joining - which is also free!

5  Discussions / Miscellaneous Topics / Re: GDC: Quick Show Report! on: 2003-03-13 12:21:20
Well Sun was presentr at GDC big time this year, only it was not on Sun'S booth. Java technology was big:

- Nokia was showing the nGage and three other Symbian phones - all run MIDP and PJava. PLus half a dozen MIDP phones

- Motorola was showing its MIDP 2.0 phones

- Sony Ericsson was lunching its Java phones at the show, including the incredible P800 and the new 610 which has an integrated camera - nice!

- Metrowerks was demonstrating J2ME development tools and a global applciations catalog to get developers and business opportunities together.

- During the 2-day mobile conference, J2ME was the most talked about technology. Do you think the fact that a few undred million phones shipping this year will be Java enabled has something to do with it?

Sun had a small booth (a cube for meetings really) by the exhibitor's lounge , and I stopped by half a dozen times to find it empty.

Also, I spoke with lots of press and analysts - they all agree mobile gaming was the big news of the show, and most of it is Java mobile gaming.


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