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Nokia Brings Popular Mobile Java Toolkit to Linux Developer Community
Nokia Brings Popular Mobile Java Toolkit to Linux Developer Community

(January 14, 2003) - Nokia has introduced the Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME, Version 1.1 for Linux, expanding the universe of creative talent targeting mobile application development.

The Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME, Version 1.1 for Linux provides developers with tools to create, test, and deploy downloadable applications that are designed for J2ME. Nokia has announced that it is supporting Java technology in a wide selection of its current and future mobile terminals.

The Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME 1.1 supports development of MIDP applications. The suite enables efficient MIDP development in a standalone environment and can be integrated with existing IDEs from industry leaders Borland and Sun. It provides an automated code generation tool, archive builders, and is compatible with all Nokia MIDP SDKs.

"The significance of this release should not be underestimated," commented Alan Williamson, editor-in-chief, Java Developer's Journal. "This is truly the year for Java technology on the move. Developers are starting to look at their mobiles not as phones but as mobile computing centers - with power to be harnessed. This toolkit will open up the energy and passion of those developers and allow the creative juices of the Linux community to get at this power."

The Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME, Version 1.1 for Linux will now bring one of the most-popular available wireless developer technologies to one of the most dynamic segments of the global developer community. According to leading IT development market researcher, Evans Data Corp., 14% of North American developers plan to use Linux as their primary development host in 2003, up from 8% in 2002. Globally, 12% of all wireless developers work primarily in the Linux environment, Evans' data shows.

Concurrent with the launch of the Linux version, Nokia also announced enhancements to the Suite. The new version provides an audio converter that translates MIDI files into Nokia ringing tone files or directly generates a piece of source code, as well as a tool that automates the uploading of Java applications to Web servers for testing and deployment. These enhancements are available in both the Linux and Windows versions of the Suite.

Both versions of the tool are available for free downloading from Forum Nokia at www.forum.nokia.com/tools.

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