The Lurker's Guide to Pervasive Java
These sites will serve as introductions to the development of Java ME applications
for Pervasive Java developers, and will include up-to-date news and
analysis on these technologies and their commercial applications.
Trends in Consumer IT and BD-J (Blu-ray Disc Java)
Days Inn, 3159 Route 46 East, Parsippany, NJ 07054
Saturday, May 19, 2007, 1-6pm
Getting audience members from NJCCPS (New Jersey Chinese Computer Professionals Society), a 1400-member organization of Chinese professionals in the east coast, excited about Pervasive Java technologies, including BD-J, OCAP, and Sun SPOT sensors.
Application Development using Java ME
Blu-ray refers to a new storage format for high-definition video,audio
and data. Blu-ray discs are meant to replace the DVD disc format
in the long run, with storage capacities that are currently as
high as 50 GB, but may soon reach 200 GB. BD-Java refers to the
application programming environment that support Blu-ray systems,
and allows Content Providers to deliver highly-interactive, highly-programmable
titles to end users. BD-J is based on the Personal Basis Profile
(PBP) of the CDC Configuration of Java ME, and earlier on the
Java Sun SPOT Application
Development using Java ME (J2ME)
The goal of this site is to serve as an introduction to the development
of MIDP (CLDC) applications on Sun SPOTs (Small Progammable Object
Technology). Sun SPOTS are wireless sensor networks that run MIDP-based
applications (Midlets) on a "Squawk VM" (a small Java ME virtual
machine), which provides the ability to run these wireless transducer
applications "on the metal". These Midlets have access to the
sensor capabilities of the Sun SPOTS and can migrate (along with
state information) from one Sun SPOT to another!
The Lurker's Guide
to Java ME CDC
The goal of this site is to aggregate useful information about
Java ME CDC (and especially the Personal Profile) in order to
help people develop for the Mobile Desktop arena. It will endeavor
to provide a "central meeting point" for Java ME CDC developers,
where they can find all the necessary information they need to
get up to speed quickly and program effectively.
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