Oracle Debuts Java ME 3.3

Oracle is advancing the state of mobile Java with the new Java ME 3.3 release.

The Java ME 3.3 release is part of Oracle’s evolution of its mobile Java platform that it re-ignited with the Java ME 3.2 release in late 2012.

With Java ME 3.3, Oracle is now adding support for additional mobile architectures, including popular ARM configurations such as the Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi is a low-cost hobbyist platform powered by an ARM processor. Support is also being extended to the Keil STM32 F200 Evaluation Board for Cortex-M processor-based devices.

Read the full story at Datamation:
Oracle Pushes Java ME Forward

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