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This topic contains 11 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  Craig 12 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #3184

    omen
    Participant

    Advice on where to get some good tutorials / learning sites regarding J2ME. (besides sun’s website of course)
    Need to get to grips with it fast….as in yesterday. Have a good knowledge of Java already, but a bit rusty.

  • #12096

    Sofox
    Participant

    We all know the pain of having a negative amount of time to a deadline. I lost the links I had a while back for J2ME tutorials but here are some new ones I got:

    http://www.j2meolympus.com/freebooks/freej2mebooks.jsp -Free J2ME books, requires registering

    http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/views/java/tutorials.jsp -Several Java ones here, some J2ME

    http://www.microjava.com/ -This site looks promising, even has a step by step tutorial to making a basic game

    http://www.palowireless.com/java/tutorials.asp -More tutorials here

    http://www.troobloo.com/tech/j2me.shtml -J2ME stuff here,

    http://www.codewarrioru.com/BaseServlet/containSched;jsessionid=aaa68aC2NkGNW9?schedulingId=5000661 -I saw this recommended in a Fourm, requires registration.

    Aside from that there are the usual suspects: http://www.freeprogrammingresources.com , http://www.gamedev.net .

    Sorry that this isn’t much, mainly just Google work but good luck on being able to learn all you need to know.

    Hey, I found the old post I made a while back when I was more interested in mobile games development ( http://www.gamedevelopers.ie/community/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=164 ) and in it, Woody seems to have linked this saying that it was the best article for starting J2ME games development: http://www.gamedev.net/reference/articles/article1949.asp

  • #12120

    omen
    Participant

    Yeah, but have you ever done it when you start a job in a language you’ve not used before :)

  • #12123

    Sofox
    Participant

    You just better hope your employers don’t visit this fourm!

  • #12324

    omen
    Participant

    Why oh why does it suck so much…….

  • #12330

    kyotokid
    Keymaster

    Its named after coffee!

  • #12332

    omen
    Participant

    And an incredibly bad OS

  • #21230

    y2kprawn
    Participant

    Any recommendations on books as well as the above.
    I have a Sony Erricson 610 and am getting a 700i, got the Dev toolkit, and managed to load programs to the phone.
    Now , one is MIDP1.0 and the other 2.0, one has a 3d chip and the other has none. So what generic programming book should I get for games, there a re a few on amazon, but very few !!!!
    Also the mobile games seem to be just another tower of Babel there, what dev tool should I use, Sun have something called the Java one or a thing like that, or would I be better off use a notepad application ?

  • #21245

    Woody FX
    Participant

    Omen if you have any specific questions i will help you out.

    gamedev.net has a good Mobile phone/console forum.

    There are games with Sample code in Windows Toolkit if you want to take a look.

    :wink:

  • #21246

    omen
    Participant

    Its not me…its him
    I don’t want in on mobile dev…

    Ah, i started this thread before I went over to work for DC Studios in Glasgow. I got outta there sharpish!

  • #21308

    peter_b
    Participant

    dabbled around in j2me. wasent impressed. somethings were nice like the sprites class and tile class. but others were a mess. definately not as well constructed as j2sdk.

  • #22472

    Craig
    Participant

    http://www.j2me.org
    is a great website crammed full of tutorials and helpful people.

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