I'm starting the development of a J2ME application.
The target device is an hp iPAQ, I don't know at the
moment what model.
Until now I have discovered these informations:
The version of JAVA to use is PersonalJava, that is a
CDC configuration of J2ME with full support of all
optional packages (look at the sun pages for
TO COMPILE your application you can use classic javac
compiler, using "-bootclasspath" as parameter to
specify the library file that contains the
TO DEPLOY your application, you can package it in a
conventional .jar file.
TO TEST your application on your local machine, you
can download a J2ME JVM, like one of these:
some of these machines got a developer pack that
includes a device emulator to test the application.
No: one VM costs about 6$. If you want the WebSphere Device Developer IDE, too, it costs about 599$!yes its really cheap.Are you sure about that? I always heard it was $6,
but then I see now you have to pay $599 up-front?