How to Port phoneME Advanced Software to iPhone
The objective of the phoneME project is to further expand the usage of Java™ Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME platform) technology in the mobile handset market. The goal in making these technologies available to the Mobile & Embedded Community is to reduce implementation variation, increase the rate of innovation and enable new devices to leverage the power of the Java ME platform.
Session Title: "How to Port phoneME™ Advanced Software to Google Android, iPhone, OpenMoko, LiMO, and More".
Session Abstract: "This presentation discusses how to port phoneME™ Advanced open source mobile platform software to the latest hot cell phone and embedded device environments such as Google-OHA, Android SDK, iPhone/iPod (touch) SDK, OpenMoko, and LiMO.
The objective of the phoneME project is to further expand the use of the Java™ Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME platform) in the mobile handset market through open source. The project scope includes a focus on the emerging next-generation phone segment with the phoneME Advanced software stack. This session concentrates on how to use the open-source phoneME Advanced project as the core Java virtual machine and libraries to enable the most-recent popular mobile development platforms to become Java technology-enabled. "
Make sure to attend this event and this sesson in particular. Hinkmond Wong is an expert from Sun Microsystems, who can answer many questions about IPhone, Java and more.
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8 May 08 at 12:38 am
I'm new to this site so excuse what may be an easy answer. Is there a an easy path for porting to Java-iPhone from RIM BlackBerry (Curve) applications which call WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth functions and vise versa.
12 Jun 08 at 4:58 pm
My understanding is that it is quite hard. There is JamVM for IPhone, but there is no good brigde to UI, communication related functions and etc. But some day it will be. A year ago we didn't expect any kind of Java on our IPhones. Now we can compile and run simple Java projects. So hopefully soon we'll be able to create complex ones with support of GPS/Wi-fi and port existing ones.
12 Jun 08 at 10:43 pm
Due to these realities and time contraints we will have to find a developer who can assist us on all three of these areas WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth. As I understand, the newest iPhone currently supports all of these functuions, correct.
13 Jun 08 at 4:02 pm