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Mobile Projects in Eclipse
A good understanding of the four projects in Eclipse focused on building tools and extensible frameworks for developing and deploying mobile applications.
Basic understanding of the Eclipse Platform required.
Eclipse usage is rapidly growing in the mobile and handheld space, both for application development and for deployment. There are currently four Eclipse projects focused on mobile Java and C++ development. The Native Application Builder (NAB) project provides tooling and run-time libraries for developing embedded C/C++ GUI’s. The Mobile Tools for Java (MTJ) project provides tooling for building and debugging applications for Java Mobile Edition profiles and configurations. The Embedded Rich Client Platform (eRCP) provides a rich set of graphics libraries for building mobile Java GUI’s. The Tools for Mobile Linux (TmL) project provides tooling for the entire mobile Linux development lifecycle. In this talk, we present a technical and instructional overview of all four projects.
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