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Thursday, May 18, 2006

Mpowerplayer: A Java WebStart MIDlet Player

mpowerplayer is a Java Webstart application that allows Web users to try J2ME applications directly from the Web before they buy, with the security to protect your midlet.

Mpowerplayer also provides a Developer Environment, claiming to be the only cross platform MIDP 2.0 SDK, offering J2ME development for MacOS.

From the site:
The mpowerplayer software developer kit includes the mpowerplayer as a standalone application. It's a pure Java emulator implementing MIDP 2.0 and MMAPI, suitable for integration with your favorite environment and IDE. Third-party integration efforts exist for Ant, Eclipse, Idea, and we hear of more efforts almost daily.

mpowerplay also provides a catalogue in their demo platform, so you can use them as a distibution channel also...

I actually found it at the Download Page for GMaps, a free J2ME application that displays Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Windows Live Local (MSN Virtual Earth) and Ask.com Maps and satellite imagery on Java J2ME-enabled mobile phones, PDAs and other devices.


Blogger what_nick said...

I ran gmaps obviously as I would and fund no way to configure it or pan around...for that matter.Runs on the IBM vm though.U may wat to to try Spot for blackberry it has wms support.Also see www.flashearth.com.Are there mobile browsers supporting flash ?

Sun. May 21, 02:47:00 pm ACST

Blogger jesus said...

I actually enjoyed reading through this posting.Many thanks.

J2ME Developer

Mon. Feb. 13, 05:18:00 pm ACDT


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