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Offline Lizard2033

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« Posted 2004-05-27 18:17:04 »

Hey, I've never done anything with J2ME before, I've made a few games using java and I have a very fast learning curve. I was wondering if anyone could point me in a general direction for resources such as tutorials, examples, and emulators for testing the games. Thanks a lot!
Offline darcone

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-05-27 19:50:07 »

Reading through the MIDP 1.0 API should give you a very good start. Then the source of the few examples included in the Wireless Toolkit. You can get it all from under J2ME.
Offline shmoove

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-05-28 05:28:17 »

Yes. If you have a fast learning curve and some previous Java experience then the API docs and the examples are definitely enough to get you started. Just start playing around with it. Then you'll slowly encounter all the little "gotcha"s of MIDP, at which point you'll post back on the forums and get the help you need.
A good tutorial on MIDP games.

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Offline sclarkca

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-05-30 10:50:41 »

yes if you want to develop a specail device games you should setup and learn the companys's example which provide the device! if you want develop general games which can run anywhere, you should learn SUN's document
Offline darcone

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2004-05-30 19:28:17 »

You should learn not only SUNs documents but also some other (aspecially Nokia) as you will be needing them when tailoring games aspecially for devices or even to make sure they are really cross platform as the behaviour is different from device to device.
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