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09/29/2014 in Embedded | Tags: "Developer Preview", "Java ME 8", Ardunio, ARM, Cortex-M, download, Early Access, Java Embedded, Java ME Embedded 8, Java ME SDK 8, mbed, microcontroller, OTN, small | Leave a comment
On the heels of the release yesterday, here is the official press release:
Oracle Introduces the Latest Release of Oracle Java ME Embedded, with supporting quotes by V2COM and Telit.
09/28/2014 in Uncategorized | Tags: "Developer Preview", "Java ME 8", Ardunio, ARM, Cortex-M, download, Early Access, Java Embedded, Java ME Embedded 8, Java ME SDK 8, mbed, microcontroller, OTN, small | Leave a comment
Announcing Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.1 Developer Preview for Freescale FRDM-K64F
Java ME 8 is purpose-designed to bring Java-powered software intelligence to a wide range of embedded devices – scaling all the way down to resource-constrained micro-controllers. Since the release of Java ME 8 a few months ago we’ve seen tremendous interest in the industry in leveraging Java as the software platform to bring the next generation of functionality and flexibility to embedded systems and the Internet of Things.
What is it?
The Freescale FRDM-K64F is built around the Kinetis K64F with 120 MHz, 256 KB RAM/1 MB Flash, running ARM mbed OS and with an Arduino form-factor and pin-out. A popular prototyping platform for both the mbed and Arduino communities, now joining forces with the Java ecosystem.
The Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.1 Developer Preview on FRDM-K64F offers:
- A feature-rich and optimized Java ME 8 runtime in 190 KB RAM, enabling highly functional Java Embedded applications on single-chip micro-controller systems
- Out-of-the-box support for Java 8 language, core APIs, networking, device I/O, storage, and more
- Simple installation with a complete and ready-to-run binary, just copy it onto the device
- Rich development and tooling via Java ME SDK 8.1 and NetBeans 8 IDE
- Complements existing Java ME 8 platforms such as Raspberry Pi, scaling Java ME 8 from large to small
- Ideal for evaluation and prototyping of small embedded & IoT solutions
Presentation: For more information and background have a look at the short slide deck “Introduction to Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.1 Developer Preview”.
So grab a FRDM-K64F board from your favorite electronics shop or distributor, download the Developer Preview, and get started! Head over to the Java ME Embedded OTN forum to ask questions.
And finally, if you are watching the JavaOne 2014 Java Technical Keynote keep your eyes peeled for those little FRDM boards running Java ME 8 … ;-)
Last time I published the OTN “Java Top 10″ there was a lot of interest – so here is the current ranking for the last 12 months (most popular at the top).
Top 10 Java Articles on OTN:
1. Getting Started with Java® SE Embedded on the Raspberry Pi by Bill Courington and Gary Collins
2. How to Get Started (FAST!) with JavaFX 2 and Scene Builder by Mark Heckler
3. Higher Productivity from Embracing HTML5 with Java EE 7 by Janice J. Heiss
4. Java Experts on the State of Java by Janice J. Heiss
5. Java EE 7 and JAX-RS 2.0 by Adam Bien
6. Coding on Crete: An Interview with Java Specialist Heinz Kabutz by Janice J. Heiss
7. Why, Where, and How JavaFX Makes Sense by Björn Müller
8. The Advent of Kotlin: A Conversation with JetBrains’ Andrey Breslav by Janice J. Heiss
9. The Enterprise Side of JavaFX by Adam Bien
10. JSR 356, Java API for WebSocket by Johan Vos
11. Introducing Groovy by Jim Driscoll
12. The Enterprise Side of JavaFX: Part Two by Adam Bien
13. Expressing the UI for Enterprise Applications with JavaFX 2.0 FXML by James L. Weaver
14. JavaOne 2012 Review: Make the Future Java by Steve Meloan
15. Expressing the UI for Enterprise Applications with JavaFX 2.0 FXML – Part Two by James L. Weaver
The Top 10 OTN Java Articles are always a popular topic. We just compiled the information for 2012 – Embedded Java and Raspberry Pi was hot, with article #1 garnering 56,000 page views!
Here is the list.
2012 Top 10 OTN/Java Technology Articles
1. Getting Started with Java SE Embedded on the Raspberry Pi
Bill Courington and Gary Collins
2. How to Get Started (FAST!) with JavaFX 2 and Scene Builder
3. Laying Out a User Interface with JavaFX 2.0
James L. Weaver
4. Building Applications in JavaFX 2.0
5. Interfaces on Demand with CDI and EJB 3.1
6. Key to the Java EE 6 Platform: NetBeans IDE 7.1
7. Best Practices for JavaFX 2.0 Enterprise Applications (Part One)
James L. Weaver
8. Challenging the Diabolical Developer: A Conversation with JavaOne
Rock Star Martijn Verburg
Janice J. Heiss
9. Best Practices for JavaFX 2.0 Enterprise Applications (Part Two)
James L. Weaver
10. The Enterprise Side of JavaFX: Part Two
I just got hold of the list of the OTN “Top 10″ articles on Java over the last four months … I though I’d pass it on.
BTW: More reading (most popular articles for 2011) can be found here.
1. “Interfaces on Demand with CDI and EJB 3.1”, by Adam Bien
2. “Laying Out a User Interface with JavaFX 2.0”, by James L. Weaver
3. “Building Applications in JavaFX 2.0”, by Daniel Zwolenski
4. “Key to the Java EE 6 Platform: NetBeans IDE 7.1”, by Geertjan Wielenga
5. “Adding Some Agility to Java EE Application Deployment with GlassFish”, by Julien Ponge
6. “Spring to Java EE Migration, Part 3”, by David Heffelfinger
7. “Spring to Java EE Migration, Part 2”, by David Heffelfinger
8. “Java Champion Jonas Bonér Explains the Akka Platform”, by Janice J. Heiss
9. “An Interview with Java Champion Jorge Vargas”, by Janice J. Heiss
10. “Java Champion Dick Wall on Genetics, the Java Posse, and Alternative Languages (Part One)”, by Janice J. Heiss
Quick News: JavaOne LAD videos and podcasts, Java SE 7u2 and JavaFX 2.0.2, eFX project, popular tech articles of 2011
12/16/2011 in Mobile & Embedded | Tags: ARM, Embedded Java, embedded Linux, Java SE 7, Java SE for Embedded, Java Spotlight Podcast, JavaFX, JavaOne Latin America, JDK 7, Linux, NetBeans, NetBeans IDE, NetBeans RCP, OpenJDK, Oracle Technology Network, OTN | Leave a comment
Just back from Brazil and no time to catch my breath … so much happening:
- JavaOne Latin America was a blast – so much enthusiasm in the developer community! Check out some of the videos and podcasts, including the JavaOne Community Keynote, OTN interviews with a variety of Java luminaries, as well as the Java Spotlight Podcast #60: JavaOne Latin America: Videos and Podcasts
- Java 7u2 has been released, featuring an updated VM, support for Oracle Solaris 11, support for Firefox 5 and later, and security fixes. Also, JavaFX 2.0.2 is now included with Java SE to make developing and running JavaFX applications even easier: Java SE 7u2 Release Notes, JavaFX 2.0.2 Release Notes
- Aligning with mainline JDK development, Java SE Embedded 7u2 has been released as well. This release includes new ports to Linux on PPC and performance improvements on ARM systems by 20-40%. Also, Oracle intends to port JavaFX to Linux on ARM in order to support a broad range of platforms from mid-range embedded all the way to desktops: Henrik’s blog on the Java SE Embedded 7u2 release.
- Lots of activity around JavaFX as well – interest is really taking off. Point in case: A new project, eFX, has been started on java.net aiming to create a generic application framework for JavaFX 2.0 based on the NetBeans platform: Geertjan’s blog on eFX
- Finally, OTN put together a list of their “Most Popular Tech Articles of 2011″. Java topics, from Java SE 7 and 8 features, Java EE 6, JSF, and JavaFX dominate the list. Have a look: Our Most Popular Tech Articles of 2011
Some quick updates and links that have accumulated over the past days:
- The Expert Group on Project Lamba (“Closures for Java”) decides on the syntax. Check out Brian Goetz’ posting to the EG mailing list.
- Apple posts a new developer preview of “Java for Mac OS X 10.7 Update 1” and “Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 6″. See the post to the OpenJDK mailing list by Mike Swingler from Apple.
- Scott Kovatch announces starting at Oracle and his return as Technical Lead on the Mac OS X port of OpenJDK. Read his blog post “An old new beginning”.
- Josh Marinacci writes about client-side improvements in Java 6 and 7, including Swing, graphics, AWT, look and feel, installation and start-up, and more. Read the full OTN article