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Hi guys! I'm just asking this question as some sort of survey on how JME devs develop their apps. Do you use an IDE? Or just some text editor with ANT and WTK? If you only use ANT and WTK, which text editor do you prefer? Thanks!

Also, if you use ANT w/WTK could you please provide me with a sample ANT script? Thanks!

Thanks!
 
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Hi,

I use NetBeans as an IDE, it's great for J2ME applications development ...

Best of luck ...
 
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Hi

I've being using NetBeans over an year. It really supports for J2me. Seems like NetBeans 6 has more features for J2me gaming..

3 cheers
 
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Hi..
you could make use of netbeans and its mobility pack..
 
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Hi.

I am using EDITPLUS as my code editor and the Wireless Toolkit 2.5 from sun to develop my J2ME application

Regards
Khai Huat
[ November 08, 2007: Message edited by: koh khai huat ]
 
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I'm using NetBeans 5.5 well I'm going use NetBeans 6.0 when its full version out
 
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Hi girls and guys,

I'm still using IBM Eclipse to do non-gui-stuffs, as i'm already attached to it i suppose, haha.
Netbean proves to be very helpful in designing the awt gui stuffs !

I'm gonna take a better look at netbean and the mobility pack you mentioned, any suggestions where to find a step-by-step tutorial ?

Every best wishes,
Albert Kam
 
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