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Offline k_za

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« Posted 2003-01-24 13:22:49 »


im new to javaME  programming

anyone have n e tips

like whickk sdks to dwnld

thanx fora l your help
Offline davidaprice

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-01-28 08:32:11 »


I'd start with Sun's J2ME Wireless Toolkit, which you can get from here:

Then, if you're planning to try out MIDlets on an actual phone, download the manufacturer's emulator for that phone. E.g. Nokia's emulators can be downloaded from here:
Typically these emulators can be plugged into Sun's J2ME Wireless Toolkit like 'skins', and also work with IDEs like JBuilder.

If you don't already have a book on J2ME, I can recommend the Riggs/Taivalsaari/Vandenbrink one, Jonathan Knudsen's, or the Ortiz/Giguère one. I've also heard good things about John Muchow's "Core J2ME", but haven't seen it myself.

If you'd like a cheaper option, there are lots of good tutorials on Sun's wireless site:
and on manufacturers' sites like Forum Nokia above.

Offline cfmdobbie

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-01-28 09:17:41 »

yea what he s aid - tht shld do it!!!
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Offline k_za

Junior Newbie

Java games rock!

« Reply #3 - Posted 2003-01-28 19:44:39 »

thanx david

u is one cool dude

ima look into this

oh by the way i got a book called

Micro Java Game Development

by david fox and roman verovsek

its quite good

thanx again for the advice

i appreaciate it

Offline gdada

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Java games rock!

« Reply #4 - Posted 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
Offline k_za

Junior Newbie

Java games rock!

« Reply #5 - Posted 2003-03-23 22:22:53 »

do you people kno any sites where i can test the midlets i create without a fone or sdk
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