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Running Java ME applications on Android

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| Each new software platform, including Android, at the beginning is struggling
| with a small number of the available applications. This is why Google spent
| $10 million trying to attract developers to their Android Developer Challenge
| before G1 phone release. Taking advantage of an opportunity to run large
| number of existing Java ME applications may determine a significant value for
| the Android platform. This is also occasion for developers to reduce cost
| preparing mobile software for a smaller number of platforms at the same time.
| MicroEmulator, which is pure Java implementation of Java ME API's in Java SE,
| seems to be very well suited for the Android. Last few months I've been
| working extending MicroEmulator to be an executable environment to run Java
| ME applications on that platform. Here are results of my work with
| demonstration of popular Java ME game 5ud0ku automatically translated to the
| Android.
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http://microemu.blogspot.com/2008/11...n-android.html

OpenMoko is embracing Android too.


Recent:

Google App Engine to support Java (starting this week?)

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| Word on the street: Google's Prasad Ram said that Google App Engine will now
| support Java at recent Google developer event in India.
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http://news.cnet.com/8301-13846_3-10...=2547-1_3-0-20
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