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Tools used for Developing J2ME projects

 
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Hi all,

I have completed reading j2me (GUI,GCF,WMA,media package)..i refered tutorials and read j2me books..

While studying i used WTK provided by sun microsystem ..Since i am not working i don't know the tools used in companies for developing J2ME projects..now i like to know about the tools used in companies for develop J2ME projects(especially GCF projects and Game development)..

So if anybody knows it then please assist me ...
 
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Well for me, I just use the WTK and my IDE. I use IntelliJ and just put the jars in the classpath and code like normal.

I know there are other Plug-ins for IntelliJ, NetBeans, and Eclipse, any work.

Oh, and I highly recommend learning J2ME Polish.

Mark
[ May 25, 2006: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
 
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You can also try Netbeans Mobility Pack
http://www.netbeans.org/products/mobility/
 
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In case you want Eclipse and Ant customized for J2ME projects, check:

EclipseME - http://eclipseme.org
Antenna - http://antenna.sf.net

You may check a number of other resource links at:
http://j2mecertificate.com/scmad/control/examresources
 
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