Finally a wonderful news for all mobile developers! Sony Ericsson are developing some API that allow to create content with Flash Lite and J2ME and those technologies work toghether.
Yes! It’s not a dream, it’s Capuchin a true bridge for those technologies.
“The aim of the project is to provide developers with an intuitive tool to create applications with a cleaner user interface (UI) without sacrificing the strong, feature rich and widely deployed Java ME infrastructure, including secure, well-developed content distribution.”
Probably we start a new era, in other site I read that those API will be available on Autumn probably… we stay tuned with Sony Ericsson dev labs.
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3 thoughts on “Flash lite + J2ME? Project Capuchin”
Great! Finally someone takes time and puts 2 good things into something even better 🙂
Instead of inventing another new tehnology that fragments the market and confuses the developers…
Thank tou SonyEricsson!
Wow,happy to hear this…
Thanks Sony Ericsson