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Ben Hui

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Recent posts by Ben Hui

Hi

I am looking for a tool that can generate Java-based CORBA mock server from an IDL. The generated mock server can simply return some dummy values, that can be modified at a later time.

Better yet, the tool can provide an infrastructure to customize the response and do simple processing on the input parameter, like building a test suite. But I am happy to start with just a dummy mock server.

Any experts out there can provide a link/reference? I have been looking on google for a while and couldn't find one.

Thanks
Ben
13 years ago
Mobile 3D developers are getting more industry supports. Discreet 3D Studio MAX version 7 is released and it can export scene model into M3G (JSR-184) file format.

Here is my first review of this exporter. It comes with all the pics you need to see.

http://www.benhui.net/modules.php?name=Mobile3D&page=First-Encounter-3DStudio-Exporter.html

Sony Ericsson also publish a paper for M3G development, which cover JSR-184 API and Micro3D API

http://developer.sonyericsson.com/site/global/newsandevents/latestnews/newsoct04/p_java3d.jsp

Other Mobile 3D news can be found at
http://www.benhui.net/modules.php?name=News&file=categories&op=newindex&catid=1

Or Check out our Mobile 3D Site at
http://www.benhui.net/mobile3d

thanks
ben
15 years ago
Benhui.net Mobile 3D section is officially open!!! Mobile 3D (JSR-184) is a 3D graphic rendering technology that enable mobile phones to offer fast pace 3D games. This technology already makes its appearance on several phones on market today, such as K700i and Moto E398. Mobile 3D is ready to go main stream in near future, supported by the billion dollars mobile gaming industry. The question is: are you ready? If you are thinking of getting on-board, you will be pleased to discover our Mobile 3D section on www.benhui.net. Just like our popular Bluetooth section, the new Mobile 3D section is loaded with useful, up-to-date, and important resources and tools for developers. You don't want to be missed out joining the first Mobile 3D developers portal.

Link: http://www.benhui.net/mobile3d

Features:
Mobile 3D Articles and Tutorials
Mobile 3D Forum
Mobile 3D Showroom and gallery
Mobile 3D phones
Mobile 3D SDK and tools
Mobile 3D Hot Topics
Mobile 3D Links

Attention M3G experts! If you are already experienced with Mobile 3D, you can help out others by doing the following:

1. Help out other developers by answering their questions on our Mobile 3D Forum.
2. Write Us! We are looking for Mobile 3D related articles, and you can be our guest writer. Contact us for details.

In addition, our Bluetooth section is also updated with Bluetooth Browser 2.0 and Bluetooth Device Database (you can upload to us!)

Thanks
Ben Hui
16 years ago
if you are using MIDP 2.0, you can create a String ITem of BUTTON type. it looks like a button on Sony Ericsson P900. I have a screenshot here
http://www.benhui.net/feature/sep900_2.html
cheers,
ben
16 years ago
well.. for users, i am sure java means games for them. because that is what the operator is pushing for and this is where the money is right now. mobile phones, in its nature, designed for fun and communication. but i don't entirely believe that java app is dead.. but people need to working around the definition of java app. some hard core enterprise people think app always means business app or accessing enterprise data. this is not always the case... you don't want to work the entire life to figure out how to access the inventory database using the little mobile phone, when there are other oppotunity available out there.
take it easy
ben
16 years ago
Hi, there are some SMS toolkit around, but none of them really allow you to access SMSC freely. SMSC is a property of carrier and they won't let you spam it. Nonetheless, if you are interested, you can check out the some Java based SMS toolkit that you need to interfacing the SMSC. Try the following links to see a list of them.
http://www.benhui.net/j2melinks.jsp?c=Messaging
hope this help
ben
16 years ago
Hi, may I suggest you to take a look at www.benhui.net?
it is a mobile developer resources portal that has lots of J2ME links, bluetooth code, and java phone review. It is recently updated with lots of new content.
Cheers,
Ben
16 years ago
try this site...
http://www.benhui.net/bluetooth
includes code sample, links, tools etc
ben
16 years ago
Java Bluetooth, JSR-82, JABWT developers. This is for you!
A new java bluetooth resouces website is now open with lots of goodies:
- Bluetooth Browser tool: Sniff bluetooth devices
- Bluetooth code gallery: Learn to code Bluetooth
- lots of Bluetooth links to FAQ and Development resources
- More to come...
http://www.benhui.net/bluetooth
feedback are welcome!
ben
16 years ago
what would this sponsor does? fund the project?? I don't know why would a company does that unless there is some business advantage to them. and in that case, i guess you just sell your open source project as if you sell a product...
ben
16 years ago
for siemens, try the siemens developer website
http://www.siemens-mobile/developer
for other phones, try your luck at http://www.microjava.com/devices
hope this help
ben
16 years ago
For those Michael's fans
I have the honor to interview Michael and post it on http://www.benhui.net
On the same website, a latest and greatest list of MIDP 2.0 phones, with links to phone spec, dev portal and sdk download
Cheers,
ben hui
16 years ago
this is very useful. only hope you can put a link at a more obvious spot on JavaRanch...
ben
16 years ago
I think the true power of mobile game is the characteristic that it is "mobile". game developers need to take advantage of this important attribute. if people like to see amazing 3D effect, they have a very high performance PC at home to do so. but PC is not mobile! I think the trend for killer games will be those that can take advantage of mobility. games that leverage phone camera, push-based messaging, multi-player, location etc. in the other words, games that cannot be done in tranditional console otherwise.
just my 2 cents
ben
17 years ago
is there any hope to see a pure java based phone? (similar to blackberry), where java midlet can become native app? in consumer devices, I hope to see java can become "first citizen". I found a lot of company saying they have high speed JVM for contrainted environment, are they fast enough as a platform?
17 years ago