I am about to develop an application for the DoJa-platform [Japanese derivate of the J2ME-API]. Unfortunately, it seems to be rather difficult to retrieve up2date information on developing DoJa-apps in the web, since the sites are either in Japanese or full of dead-links, sometimes both :-/
Can anybody help me by providing some useful URLs on the DoJa-API or information about sites which offer emulators for device-testing? THX!
Thanks, pal! Maybe also know about some site where I can download i-appli handset-emulators? The i-Jade from Zentek, which used to be available for free is not downloadable without charge anymore, or am I wrong?
I'd be interested if you posted occasional notes on your experiences with Doja. Telstra, the biggest phone company here in Australia is introducing an i-mode service next month, and as far as I know this will be the first i-mode implementation in an English-speaking country, so you would think there'd be some opportunities for anyone willing to skill up in Doja.
Thx. I have already downloaded this SDK. The SDK-installer is incredibly stupid, however. It keeps on saying it doesn´t find the SUN IDE installation dir, and you can´t even manually browse for it. Plus, the i-appli-tool doesn´t let you specify the directories where sources and ressources are kept. I also haven´t managed to manually implement the SDK+emulator into my IDE [which is SUN Studio Mobility 6 2004Q3].
I haven't been developing i-applis at all. I found these resources a few months ago, but never got around to doing anything with them. (If I was developing doja apps, I would be trying to do it in Eclipse.)
You could try searching/asking for advice in some of the other forums - JavaRanch, j2me.org, Sun's Java Mobility Forum. Also, the jtgl.org site has a Doja forum, but it is not very active.