Nokia is on the move. They seem to be moving faster these days. If they continue like this, they can turn the clock and keep their first spotin the shipment of mobile phones. On July 29, 2011, they released their long awaited SDK kit for Java.
The Series 40 platform SDKs enable you to quickly and efficiently create and test Java™ applications, as well as browser content, multimedia messaging service (MMS) content, and, where supported, Adobe Flash Lite content and applications. To facilitate this, each SDK includes an emulator, Java APIs, documentation, code examples, and debugging tools. These tools are then combined with your favourite IDE to create, compile, and package applications and content. Testing can then be conducted on a PC using the emulator.
This SDK supports Java development for Series 40 6th Edition, Feature Pack 1 phones. It also forms the basis for development support of future Series 40 platform versions, thereby eliminating the need for multiple Series 40 SDKs.
Development of applications using Java™ technology is supported by this SDK.
Creation of web and messaging content is supported by this SDK.
For more information, visit the Nokia SDK for Java page.
Open Source Software Components
Theis SDK includes certain open source software components. The terms of the licenses, disclaimers, acknowledgements, and notices governing the use of these components are provided in the downloads that are available here.
Nokia offers also to provide such source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing such distribution, such as the cost of media; shipping; and handling, upon written request to Nokia at: