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Eclipse Webinar on December 12: Introduction to Mobile Tools for Java Project

Free Webinar to Help Developers Better Understand How They Can Use the Eclipse Project

Eclipse is running a series of free webinars to help developers better understand how they can use the different Eclipse projects. The latest is a webinar on Mobile Tools for the Java Platform, presented by Arto Laurila and Kevin Horowitz, Eclipse MTJ Project Committers. The Webinar will be held on December 12, 2006, 8:00 am PST / 11:00 am EST / 5:00 pm CET.

Mobile Tools for the Java Platform (MTJ) completed its first release (0.7) in November. MTJ's power lies in its extensibility in the highly customizable world of Java ME. MTJ is both an IDE for developers in the Java ME space, as well as an extensible architecture that allows for customization to aid development against any device, configuration, or profile. The MTJ architecture consists of several small plug-ins which can easily be extended or replaced to change the functionality of the IDE. In addition there is a compilation environment for Unified Emulator Interface (UEI) devices, and the ability to extend the architecture for other environments. This webinar discusses the current features of the product, exposes our future plans, and highlights the extensible architecture.

Webinar Info:

Mobile Tools for the Java Platform
December 12, 2006, 8:00 am PST / 11:00 am EST / 5:00 pm CET
Register by emailing [email protected]
Presenters: Arto Laurila and Kevin Horowitz, Eclipse MTJ Project Committers



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