Reto Grob wrote:
>>I think I went thru this same thing about a year and a half ago. After giving
>>up on making my own components
>KLab once did Neopanel. It is the panels drawn more nicely on the canvas
>and you can of course extend them.
You mean you can place your own custom components in the NeoPanel?
I was thinking about this - seems like it would create quite alot of
overhead - maybe not such a problem on the 505 - would be nice if
NeoPanel was open source :-)
>In MIDP 2.0 you already have the Custom Component which you can extend.
>I believe, currently the implementation of that was not worthwhile in
>Doja, so they did not put it into it yet. But I would guess that they
>will do it in future.
>>My guess is that J2ME isn't long for this world, and that we'll have a standard
>>J2SE JVM on most devices within 3 years that would maybe have a limited UI
>I also believe that a mobile phone optimized J2SE VM is technically
>possible. Especially if you hear that Samsung is doing 533MHZ mobile
>phone cpus and play Namco's Ridge Racer PS quality (the polygon
>rendering is sometimes a bit too optimized but the next 3D hw engine
>version will fix that I guess ;)
Interesting - although I think that companies like DoCoMo quite like the
restrictions of the J2ME, since they want to create a consistent
experience for their non-technical customers.
Received on Thu Sep 18 05:32:21 2003