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Now that Java ME 8 is released a lot of people trying it out and are asking for sample code and demos. We’ve got you covered:

1) The first place you should go is the ”Java ME SDK 8 Developer Guide“. This is your one-stop-shop for getting started with Java ME 8 development on your PC (no external hardware required). Chapter 2 is “Creating a Java ME SDK 8 Sample Project”, and part IV is all about “Sample Applications”.

2) Next, you will want to browse the “Java ME Embedded Developer Guide”, which covers important topics for developing Java ME 8 embedded applications. Chapter 5 talks about “General Purpose I/O”, chapter 6 about “Working with the I2C Bus”, and chapter 7 about “The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Bus”.

3) The Java ME SDK 8 comes with a whole set of ready-to-go demo applications. After installing the Java ME SDK 8 and NetBeans 8, start up NetBeans and make sure the “Java ME SDK Demos” plug-in is installed and active (this should be the default case). Then, create a new project and in the New Project dialog look under the “Samples > Java ME SDK 8.0” folder for a number of complete Java ME Embedded 8 demo projects.

4) Finally, check out the “Getting Started Guide (Raspberry Pi)” and the “Getting Started Guide (Qualcomm IoE)” for information on how to run apps on these platforms, including access to real-world peripherals via GPIO, I2C, SPI, UART, and others.

We are also working on additional demos and sample code – stay tuned for more information on this.

And remember to head over to the OTN Java ME Embedded forum to browse and ask questions – we are monitoring this forum on a regular basis.


— Terrence

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As in last years, Oracle will again have a big presence at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany

Find us in hall 5, booth 271. At the booth, you can see several demos focusing on Oracle’s Internet of Things strategy and the benefits of Java for embedded software solutions, including showcase applications by partners such as Gemalto, Freescale, Eurotech, and Hitachi.

I will be doing some sessions as well (download the full conference program here):

  • Thu, Feb 27, 9:30: A hands-on tutorial on “Desktop to Internet of Things in 12 Seconds with Java ME Embedded”
  • Thu, Feb 27, 15:30: “Trust Me, I am an M2M Device”

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So, pick up some Java while you’re at Embedded World, and not just the technology kind, but also the hot, coffee kind 😉 

See you at Embedded World!


— Terrence

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Java Day Tokyo is happening next Tuesday, May 14 at the AKIHABARA UDX.

It will be a packed day of information, from keynotes to technical sessions, demos, and lightning talks – covering Java EE, Java SE, JavaFX, Java ME, and, of course, Java Embedded.

I will be there, talking about “Java in the Internet of Things: Small, Smart, Connected”

Hope to see you on Tuesday!


— Terrence

Smart solar panel

The NightHacking session with Steven Chin was good fun.

Check out the video on “Java in the Internet of Things” and a live demo of the Smart Solar Tracking System with Java ME Embedded 3.2. Real hardware and demo flakiness included 😉 See here.

While you are at, have a look at some of the other NightHacking sessions and a number of other videos on the YouTube Java Channel.


— Terrence


Oracle will be at embedded world again this year. Last year was a very good showing, with lots of interest in Oracle’s embedded technologies. This year we’ll be back with an expanded presence: a larger booth, new demos, more talks, and more.

Please bookmark this blog entry for new information and updates as we get closer to the show. For now, have a look at our five scheduled talks (click on each name for more information):

  • Mohamed Abdelaziz
    • “Verrazano: Creating Application Specific Java Runtime Environments”
  • Rainer Eschrich
    • “Smart Home Automation- Java and OSGi based architecture for Home Gateways”
    • “The Smart Hub for the Internet of Devices”
  • Terrence Barr
    • “Smart, Small, Connected: Java in Wireless Modules”
    • “Java in the M2M Space”

Hope to see you at embedded world in less than three weeks!


— Terrence


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