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The SavaJe and LG Electronics implementation of a complete handset operating system based on Java technologies extends significant opportunities to developers," said Alan Brenner, Vice President, Client Systems Group, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Java is certainly a compelling option: it offers a highly secure environment for over-the-air delivery of content that can be web-services enabled and multi-media based.
With Mpowerplayer(TM), Sun is helping provide mobile Java games developers and publishers another key business advantage by ensuring that the widest possible consumer audience can access, preview, and purchase their mobile Java applications," said Chris Melissinos, Sun Microsystems' Chief Gaming Officer.
Project Mackinac is Sun Microsystems' first commercial implementation of the Real-Time Specification for Java (RTSJ).
JRTK is the first Java technology to match the efficiency of C and offer true compliance with hard real-time constraints, while preserving the portability and scalability benefits that make Java such a popular programming language," noted Nilsen.
Because Java is an intrinsic part in the development of software within many organizations, the static analysis advantage of finding defects earlier in the build cycle will become increasingly important in order for Java developers to be successful.
Crystal Reports helps developers embed reporting capabilities into their Java applications, which simplifies the process of accessing and reporting on data directly from those applications.
What started with the initial introduction of WindowBuilder for Smalltalk has blossomed into a solid foundation that's moving the industry forward by delivering advanced GUI building tools for Java under the WindowBuilder brand.
to bring Java technology programmers together for coding, competition, and fun.