02/26/2010 in Mobile & Embedded | Tags: Java ME, JavaFX Mobile, JCP, Mobile Java, Oracle
Just a quick note: Here is an interesting piece by Kay Glahn (ex-spec lead for JSR-249/MSA2) about Oracle’s vision for Java, in particular in the mobile and embedded space.
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02/26/2010 at 16:39
Thanks Terrence for sharing with us this good reading.
I started my mobile career with JavaME, I always loved it,
it is true that there is fragmentation when using JavaME but it is also true
that JavaME is the only language that is able to make my software runs on more than 2000 different devices with the same JAR file.
I love this and I really hope that Oracle will invest in this technology,
many developers complained about JavaME and and jumped to different technology like Android/iphone/winmob ecc, I hope that oracle will be able to bring back this developers on JavaME.
I’m a student, and I sell mobile software on different appstore,
JavaME is actually the technology who brings me more many from the various stores due to the huge numbers of supported devices, Blackberry included.
For what it worth I consider JavaME a masterpiece and it is actually my first choice to try to make some money with my software and to have fun when in front of netbeans. 🙂
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