Java Multimedia for Mobile Editor 1.01

Java Multimedia for Mobile Editor - enables non-programmers such as designers to produce complex multimedia presentations
JM-Mobile Editor is a graphical multimedia authoring tool. It enables non-programmers such as designers to produce and develop complex and sophisticated multimedia presentations for the Java-enable mobile-phones

JM-Mobile Editor is a tool that has a built-in graphic engine, allowing to easily do GUI, time and navigation scenarios edit and then to export to final application/document for mobile-phones.

The multimedia presentations edited by the JM-Mobile Editor can be deployed in two different ways

■ in the java Midlet applications (*.jar), that can be downloaded directly into the mobile-phones or can be uploaded on the Web servers to distribute largely ;
■ in the JM-Mobile Documents (a private format), that can be uploaded on the Web server, then can be downloaded and playback on the mobile-phones that are installed our JM-Mobile Browser.

The JM-Mobile Document deployment is more flexible than the Java Midlet application deployment. It allows you and your clients updating easily the new contents of the applications. The java Midlet application deployment requires that your clients must reinstall the applications each time their content is updated.

Requirements:

■ System: Processor 1GHz or higher, Windows NT, 2000 or XP, 256 MB recommended of free available system RAM
■ JRE (Java Runtime Environement) or JSE (Java Standard Edition) version 1.5.0_xx or higher
■ Sun Java Wireless Toolkit (WTK) for CLDC, version WTK 2.3 or higher

last updated on:
January 29th, 2007, 10:37 GMT
file size:
58 MB
price:
$99.00
 
developed by:
JM-Mobile
license type:
Shareware
operating system(s):
Windows All
category:
C: \ Programming \ File Editors

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What's New in This Release:
  • the form element in which we can create the text-inputs and the buttons elements.
  • the variable element that allows to keep a user value, a text-input value or a state of user navigation/interaction, etc.
  • to set or to change the value of a variable, we can use the variable modify action of an event.
  • the content of a text, the src attribute of an image elements or the attribute of an action can contain one or more variable as following {$name_of_variable} that can make your presentation more dynamic, see the greeting_card.jmm sample.
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