Updating java for blackberry devices

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Links to that page and to other resources for developers appear at Java SDKs and Tools. To get started developing Black Berry applications with the JDE, you create a workspace, and subdirectories for each project.Then you create source files, build the application, and test it, much as in any IDE.

While some Black Berry devices are based on C , many new ones support the Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME), primarily because Java technology makes developing applications so much easier.

Its platform-independence eliminates many porting woes and its automatic garbage collection lets developers concentrate on application logic rather than memory management.

Let's walk through development of a simple example.

Manifest-Version: 1.0 MIDlet-Version: 0.0 MIDlet-Jar-Size: 1692 RIM-COD-Module-Dependencies: net_rim_os,net_rim_cldc Micro Edition-Configuration: CLDC-1.0 MIDlet-Jar-URL: First RIM-MIDlet-Flags-1: 0 RIM-COD-Module-Name: First App MIDlet-Name: First App RIM-COD-Size: 1496 RIM-COD-Creation-Time: 1107707260 RIM-MIDlet-Position-1: 0 RIM-COD-URL: First RIM-MIDlet-Name Resource Id-1: 0 Micro Edition-Profile: MIDP-1.0 file includes both standard JAD properties and RIM-specific properties.

Developed by Research In Motion (RIM), the Black Berry is a handheld wireless device whose major selling feature to date has been instant, secure, mobile access to email.

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