Java ME SDK 3.0 finally available

by jan on April 16th, 2009

So finally after releasing the Early Access version last year the team finally reached a final release of the JavaME SDK 3.0. JavaME SDK is the successor for both the Wireless Toolkit and the CDC Toolkit previously releassed by our team here at Sun and it brings much more to the table. Check out the web page, the info is all there. More features are comming to you via the auto-update feature, so cool.

Also if you’re going to JavaOne this year do not miss the JavaME 3.0 session that Tomas is doing with our Sonny-Ericsson. I am sure those guys will be showing some neat features and also realy on-device debugging.

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3 Comments
  1. kares permalink

    no Linux version to download :-(
    i was also dissapointed with the JavaFX installation under linux under NetBeans it simply told me that I don’t have the SDK … any plans on supporting Linux/Solaris developers again ?

  2. kares: Sorry about that, one platform at the time. We will be adding support for other platforms too, very soon.

  3. A version Linux, I hope so.

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