This is wonderful for partners to Oracle:
Oracle has introduced the Oracle Java Platform Integrator program to provide partners with the ability to customize Oracle Java Embedded products, including Java SE Embedded, Java ME Embedded, and Java Embedded Client, to reach different device types and market segments. Coupled with the (more...)
So after upgrading all the JVMs on my laptop I ran into an issue when trying to use the Java ME Embedded 3.3 SDK. I got the following error message:
The solution was easy (after a little digging around in the installation directory of the ME SDK. Open the (more...)
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So here is the source code to read the sensor connected according to the description in the previous blog post. Now, this sample is just developed without considerations for footprint, power consumption etc which is so important when developing an embedded application in any language (but Java should obviously be (more...)
This will be a pretty long entry, but I'd like to get this blog post out. I think it is really cool and I am hoping that other people think so too.
On my previous blog I have documented how I was trying to read the temperature in my (more...)
So I decide to leave blogger for an Oracle blog. Seems more correct as I am an Oracle employee. My old blog was http://atael.blogspot.com and I will not move over the content from there, I will just continue my story about Java Embedded here.
Looking forward to comments (more...)