Java ME _ Embedded

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Mobile and Embedded Java: What's Coming?
Terrence Barr
Senior Technologist, Mobile and Embedded, Oracle
@terrencebarr
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Run Anywhere
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Coming up on 10 Billion ...
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Java Mobile & Embedded in 2011
• NFC payments, e-passport
• M2M and embedded security
• 3 billion phones, 125 million TVs running Java
• Web integration, new UI technologies
• Embedded apps connected to the Enterprise
• New TV apps e.g. Media/web servers streaming
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Java Technology for Embedded Devices - 2011
Platform
Footprint
SE Embedded
10MB-100MB
CDC
1MB-10MB
Java
Card
CLDC
High Embedded
Mid Embedded
Small Embedded
50KB-1MB
ARM 7 ARM9/11
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MIPS32/Intel Atom/ARM /PPC
Device
CPU/
GPU/I-O
Design Objectives
Java ME – Moving Forward
Bridge the Java SE/Java ME divide
• Synchronize CLDC and JDK releases
• Converge CDC and Java SE Embedded
Full coverage of embedded vertical markets
• Java Platform covering all CPU/Footprint variants
• Dedicated APIs for vertical market segments
Deep integration of content and services
• Services embedded into Oracle runtimes and tools
• Developer/consumer access to carrier services
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Bridging the Java SE/ME divide
Java ME.next
CDC/Java SE 8 convergence
• Java ME alignment with SE
• “CDC Profile” in SE 8
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Synchronized releases
Latest Java language support
Java ME APIs can run on Java SE
Consistent tool interfaces
• New APIs for mobile phones and
billions of connected devices
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– Porting CVM features to Hotspot JVM
– JDK 8 libraries with smaller and faster
variants/subsets
• JavaFX as graphics framework
• Best features and performance
from CDC and SE for Embedded
Java Technology for Embedded Devices - 2013
Platform
Footprint
Java SE
10MB-100MB
Java ME
1MB-10MB
Java
Card
Mid Embedded
High Embedded
(eReaders, VOIP, Network
Eqmt, Printers, Imaging,
Industrial M2M, Connected
TV, Set-top boxes)
(Smartphones, Netbooks,
Medical Instruments,
Industrial Equipment,
Embedded Servers)
Small Embedded
50KB-1MB
(Feature Phones, Meters,
Diagnostics, M2M, Telco…)
ARM 7 Cortex M ARM9/11
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MIPS32/Intel Atom/ARM CortexA/PPC
Device
CPU/
GPU/I-O
Oracle Java Wireless Client (OJWC) 3.1
Next-Generation Feature-Phone Runtime
• Over 250 handset references,
over 100 million devices shipped
• Latest Java ME platform evolutions
• Rich UIs for all device types
• Complete tool chain for rapid app
deployment
• Wide device platform support
• Enabling new use cases, value-added
services, and monetization options
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Mobile Services Integration
Payment, Store Client, Advertizing, Carrier API
Oracle Java Wireless Client
Java ME Apps
Carrier Apps
Service Engines
Java ME JSRs
Oracle Mobile
Dev. APIs
CLDC + MIDP
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• Smart content on mass market
devices leveraging the carrier
infrastructure
• Value-added services
distribution in Oracle runtimes
• Monetization options for
developers
Java Mobile Network APIs
Integrating Mobile Applications With The World
• Network APIs enable operators to expose capabilities from
their networks to developers
• Server-side apps can access mobile capabilities
– Initiate calls, access location of hundreds of users, etc.
• Industry Standards : GSMA OneAPI, WAC Network APIs
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Operator Network APIs on Java ME
API
Specific
Architecture Approach
Sample Code
Operator Network APIs Implementation
public class ABCOperatorAPI {
public ABCOperatorAPI
(Hashtable serverProperties);
…
public ChargeResponse
charge(ChargeRequest params);
public LocationInfo
getLocation(int accuracy);
…
}
GSMA
OneAPI
WAC
Operator
….. Proprietary
REST
Basic
Blocks
Extended
HTTP Connection
OAuth
1&2
JSON
Parser
Java ME Platform (CLDC/MIDP)
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Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT) 1.5
Create Rich User Interfaces Easily
• Lightweight, flexible, portable
• New release 1.5
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New GUI Builder
New components (ContainerList, Tabs, Slider)
New ports (Java SE and CDC)
Many other improvements
• Strong developer adoption
• Integrated in Java ME SDK 3.0.5
• Active and vibrant Open Source community
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Java Embedded Clients
Java SE and CDC Platforms
• Java SE 7 for Embedded
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Full Java 7 implementation, in step with JDK 7
Optimized for embedded: footprint, performance, power
Additional platforms supported (ARM, PPC, and more)
Target: High-end devices and applications
• Oracle Java Embedded Client (OJEC)
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Industry-leading, best-in-class CDC VM
Performance and reliability with low footprint
Highly portable, configurable, tunable, and hardened
Target: Low- to mid-range, cost-conscious devices
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Java Card Technology
Secure, Connected, Versatile
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Interoperable platform for delivery
of trusted personal services
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High, industry-proven security
Designed for the smallest silicon
hardware devices
Runs Java in as little as 4 KB RAM
Deployed on >5 billion devices
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Growing at 1.4 bill. Devices p. year
SIM Cards, secure elements, eID,
payment services
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Java ME SDK 3.0.5
Highlights of Version 3.0.5
Tooling
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Plug-in for NetBeans IDE
• Set of utilities for rapid
development of Java ME apps
• Provides device emulation
• Supports all the latest JSR
implementation
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Device Database
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Oracle Mobile Developer APIs
Developer Access to new OJWC 3.0 features
Support for new Java ME JSRs
258, 293, 253, 281, 290
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New Features
skins & graphics enhancements
 Network Monitor & CPU Monitor
 Updated Device database (WURFL)
 Update Center
 New
Network Monitor
CPU Profiler
Oracle Berkeley DB
What is it?
• A library that links directly into your application. It allows your
application to transparently store and query data, without
incurring the client/server overhead.
• Provides very fast, highly reliable, scalable, recoverable local
data storage, with zero external administration.
• Used extensively in middle-tier, edge and mobile applications,
often serving as part of the enabling infrastructure, gateways or
as the mobile data repository.
• It allows you to do more with less, through high performance,
reliability, small footprint and flexibility, It’s lower TCO is
especially attractive to customers and partners.
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Machine-to-Machine (M2M)
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Java in M2M
The Internet of Things: The next 50 Billion ...
Connect with “out of reach” data and
processes
 Dramatically increase efficiency
 Enable new business fields
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DEMO
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Recap
• Evolving the Java ME Platform
– Bringing Java together again: Aligning Java ME with Java 7 and beyond
– Productivity. New APIs. Modularity. Profiles. More platforms.
– Run anywhere. Scale Java from tiny embedded to massive servers.
• Updating Products and Solutions
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Oracle Java Wireless Client 3.1: Smarter content. Easier monetization.
LWUIT 1.5: More slick features, better performance, new platforms.
Java ME SDK 3.0.5: Updated to support new features and JSRs
Oracle Java Embedded Client: CDC for consumer devices and beyond
Java SE 7 for Embedded: Java SE for high-end embedded
Java ME Home Page
– www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javame/index.html
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