By Bill Foust

ISBN-10: 1849690200

ISBN-13: 9781849690201

Written with a fast moving yet pleasant and fascinating process, this Packt Beginner's advisor is designed to be positioned along the pc as your consultant and mentor. step by step tutorials are boosted by way of factors of the reasoning at the back of what you're doing. you are going to speedy decide up the required talents, suggestions, and methods for construction BlackBerry purposes with Java with functional. while you're a Java programmer who desires to construct BlackBerry functions with Java, this publication is for you.

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From here you can peruse general help, links, and samples that are pre-installed with Eclipse. Each bubble on the welcome screen represents a different topic. These can be useful for general Java programming, but they are not specific to BlackBerry, so we won't be using any of them. [ 40 ] Chapter 3 Next time you launch Eclipse, you won't start at this screen, but there are some things that could be useful later, especially if you will be doing Java application development for other platforms. If you want to come back to this screen once you navigate away from it, you can do so by using the 'home' icon in the upper-right portion of the screen.

Fortunately, there is a tool to import a JDE workspace into an Eclipse workspace, which is what we will do shortly. Importing the hello world project At this point you've made it through the initial setup of Eclipse and are looking at the workbench, which is where you do the majority of the real work. When you start Eclipse again in the future, the workbench is the screen that should be shown automatically, along with any projects that you have made. At this point, you don't have any projects open, so let's solve that particular problem right now!

However, because we imported the project, we need to activate it before we can use it. Running the application Now that you have the project imported, it's time to fire it up and run it in the simulator. The simulator is there to provide a test environment that is pretty close to a real device. Of course, it isn't a real device, but for most applications and most situations it works just fine. The most important feature of the simulator is that you can use it to do debugging line-byline (if you need to).

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