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    JVM improvements...

    Hi,
    is there some possibility to see a JVM improvements in the next nokia phones?
    If not, when we will see some improvements to nokia JVM?

    Where is JSR257/JSR239 support?
    Thanks!
    Last edited by sblantipodi; 2009-02-04 at 00:17.

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    Re: JVM improvements...

    Unfortunately there is no roadmap information available. Whenever a new platform edition is announced the new features and functionalities is announced at the same time.

    What comes to the JSR-257, it is already available on 6212 phone
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/6212_classic

    best regards
    Hartti Suomela
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    Re: JVM improvements...

    Quote Originally Posted by hartti View Post
    Unfortunately there is no roadmap information available. Whenever a new platform edition is announced the new features and functionalities is announced at the same time.

    What comes to the JSR-257, it is already available on 6212 phone
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/6212_classic

    best regards
    Hartti Suomela
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    Wow, this is a good news, I'm glad that nokia is moving to JSR257...
    Hi, is there a Nokia SDK that supports JSR257?

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    Re: JVM improvements...

    Scroll to the bottom of the device page I provided above. There is a link to the 6212 NFC SDK...

    Hartti

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    Re: JVM improvements...

    Quote Originally Posted by hartti View Post
    Scroll to the bottom of the device page I provided above. There is a link to the 6212 NFC SDK...

    Hartti
    thanks,
    do you know if this sdk supports jsr257 with motion sensor emulation?

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    Re: JVM improvements...

    What do you mean with "motion sensor emulation"? If you're talking about accelerometer support, then it needs either a proprietary (vendor-specific) API or JSR-256. Neither of which is available for J2ME in any Nokia phone model that I'm aware of.

    A "motion sensor" could be simulated via the camera - determine motion/direction by analyzing consequtive frames read through the camera - but I'm not sure how that'd be doable with J2ME. Doing it that way will also be processor/power intesive, I gather. (There are at least Symbian/S60 C++ games that use the camera this way; e.g., the N-Gage game Dirk Dagger, or older games like Attack of the Killer Virus, or Mozzies before it, six years ago.)

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    Re: JVM improvements...

    Quote Originally Posted by petrib View Post
    What do you mean with "motion sensor emulation"? If you're talking about accelerometer support, then it needs either a proprietary (vendor-specific) API or JSR-256. Neither of which is available for J2ME in any Nokia phone model that I'm aware of.

    A "motion sensor" could be simulated via the camera - determine motion/direction by analyzing consequtive frames read through the camera - but I'm not sure how that'd be doable with J2ME. Doing it that way will also be processor/power intesive, I gather. (There are at least Symbian/S60 C++ games that use the camera this way; e.g., the N-Gage game Dirk Dagger, or older games like Attack of the Killer Virus, or Mozzies before it, six years ago.)
    Oh no...
    I always write Jsr257 but I refer to JSR256
    I'm sorry...

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    Re: JVM improvements...

    No JSR-256 in the 6212, just the JSR-257.

    Hartti

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