Save data into a JAD file:NetBeans IDE 6.8 J2ME Development Guide
I'm new to J2ME and NetBeans(Basically,i'm .net developer).I want to develop an application for S40(Nokia 6300).Simple one -Mobile Diary.
[U]What i did[/U]
1)Downloaded and installed
JDK,JRE related file(JAVA)
[U]2)What I want to know[/U]
1)In NETBEANS Mobile Application Develop environment,for what they are
using "Flow"?Where i have to start?is it in VisualMIDlet?I could see
assigned commands link.Here,i want to connect command with
button.But,button is not available.Have any chance to get any tutorial
for Netbeans J2ME environment? :confused:
2)How we can connect our program to JAD?
3)How i can write my text to JAD file
4)Whether it stored in JAD,have any option to search content?
Thanks in advance
Re: Save data into a JAD file:NetBeans IDE 6.8 J2ME Development Guide
I can see you have a nice collection to start with there, so you might
want to extend it with the following material:
There is a Java Developer's Library within our Web Developer's Library.
You can find it behind this link:
It can be either downloaded or viewed online.
It's a good place to start with Midlet development on Nokia devices,
containing both Eclipse and NetBeans IDE's.
For especially the NetBeans environment, there is an excellent wiki
article that will give an overview of the features of NetBeans for
creating mobile Java™ applications and also provides a simple
introduction to creating a mobile Java application.
Link to the article is here:
I also suggest the NetBeans website tutorials and documentation provided
What comes to the JAD file, it is automatically created with the project.
You can find it in the project file directory.
There would be the following files:
Example contents for mymidlet.jad:
MIDlet-1: Midlet, , Midlet
This file is editable by any text editor.
The Flow Designer part of the NetBeans IDE is a graphical, high-level representation
of the application's flow - the relationships between the different screens in the MIDlet,
including the state transitions that start and stop the MIDlet. The NetBeans IDE generates
most of the code for you, so it's a very simple and convenient way to develop the
application's user interface.
This and more should be explained in more detail behind the linked material, as it is not
simply possible to go thru it in just one post...
Please let me know if you need help in creating your application. You can also contact
me via private messaging or send me and e-mail to [EMAIL="firstname.lastname@example.org"]email@example.com[/EMAIL]
Hope this helps!