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Just starting out with J2ME.....  RSS feed

 
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For a project at Uni I am writing a basic program for a PDA using J2ME.

The project is going to take some while to do and am a complete novice with programming on a PDA.

So I'd just like to know what programs I need to install on my PDA? Do I need a virtual machine or will it be included already with my PDA.

Secondly, I imagine I need to compile on my Pc then transfer it over, is that true?

How do I execute any applications I produce. Baring in mind in the past I have only ever made console and gui applications for windows run using the "Java application.class" method of running my programs.

Thanks for the help....
 
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You�ll need Sun�s Wireless toolkit and a VM for your PDA, if you have none installed (eg IBM Websphere).

Alternatively, you might consider the use of Superwaba http://superwaba.com.br
which has very nice functionality, but is not adherent to J2ME specs.

Eduardo
 
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Thanks for the response.

How come some of the Java Programs (mainly games) I download onto my PDA run straight away with no need for a JVM?
 
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Thanks alot... got my first "hello world" program working a minute ago. It's always exciting when you do something completely new for the first time and setting up the development framework is the most important part to me,,,,
 
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If the Java games you download run , that means you do have a JVM ...
Have you installed Superwaba anyway?
[ October 12, 2006: Message edited by: Eduardo Marques ]
 
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