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J2ME polish

 
pingkan paula
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Hi everyone, I just found a new tool to develop midlet, it's called J2ME polish
www.j2mepolish.org
I'm planning to download the tool but I already have sun's wireless toolkit in JBuilder. Is it okay if I use both of them ? anyone who knows about J2ME polish please give some advices
 
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Look very interesting and promising.

You should still be able to use the Toolkit, but also realize that if you use any specialized APIs from this tool, that it most likely won't compile through the Toolkit.

Let us know what you think after you have tested it.

Mark
 
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i don't think they should conflict. you'll need to get ant, tho', if you don't have it already. i've been using code warrior and just recently bumped into polish, as well. it's pretty good stuff.
 
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If you have not run accross Polish's author yet.. he hangs out here and other places, ..

Take a gander at his dcuments at the site and drop him an email
 
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I have tried the J2ME polish, it works good with JBuilder in fact it can be integrate with other IDE(eclipse,netbean) if you have read the documentation from the website, The application made in J2ME polish API is build using ant. I build the sample application by right clicking the xml file,and run the jar file from the root project in the file browser, it's a litle bit complicated but it can provide a good UI since it can implement CSS for a MIDlet.
 
pingkan paula
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Hi, I want to make a simple MIDlet using J2ME polish, do I have to modify the build.xml in order to build my code?
 
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