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WARNING - Older versions of the Java ME SDK are provided to help developers debug issues in older systems. They are not updated with the latest security patches and are not recommended for use in production.
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This chapter describes the NetBeans integrated development environment. NetBeans provides a rich, visual environment for developing embedded applications and numerous tools to improve the programming process.
Once you have installed the Oracle Java ME SDK Plugins into NetBeans (using the Update Center or by manual installation), the Oracle Java ME SDK platform is installed into the NetBeans IDE. To verify a successful installation, do the following:
Access the documentation. The online help is the primary documentation for the SDK. Many windows and dialogs feature a help button that opens context-sensitive help in the help viewer. You can also type F1.
See the Projects window and the Files window for a visual overview of the logical and physical layout of a project. When viewing items in the tree, use the context menu (right-click) to see the available actions. See "Working With Projects."
A project has a default device that is used when you run it from the toolbar (the green arrow), Run > Run Project, or Run on the project's context menu. To see a project's default device, right-click the project and select Properties. Select the Platform category to see the default device displayed in the Device field. To reset the Device make another choice from the drop down menu.
The emulator is an independent process, and when it has started it is a separate process from the build process running in NetBeans. Stopping the build process or closing a project does not always affect the application running in the emulator. You must be sure to terminate the application (the emulator can remain open). See "Running a Project."
The SDK provides two unique emulator instances for most devices. For example, IMPNGDevice1 and IMPNGDevice2 are the same except for the device number and the phone number, so you can perform tests that require two devices (messaging, for example) without customization. If you want to create your own device, see "Using the Custom Device Editor."
The App Center SDK uses application identifiers in the globally unique identifier (GUID) format. Your HockeyApp App ID can be used by App Center but you need to convert it to a different format. To convert the identifier, you must add four hyphens to get an 8-4-4-4-12 representation.
Open the Apache Cordova project's config.xml file; for each of your Apache Cordova project's target platform elements (only Android and iOS today), add a child preference element in the following format:
Now you can use WidgetKit to build complications for Apple Watch and widgets on the Lock Screen for iPhone, embracing SwiftUI and extending the glanceable experience. Write your code once for iOS 16 and watchOS 9, and share infrastructure with your existing Home Screen widgets.
Get the most out of the All-New Map, including the highly detailed 3D City Experience. Visualize data using overlays that seamlessly integrate with the 3D map. Create interactive, immersive experiences with the new Selectable Map Features and Look Around APIs. Use the new Maps Server API to increase performance, lower data usage, and improve battery life.
Use new APIs and the latest enhancements to create even better in-app purchase experiences. You can now sync in-app purchase products from App Store Connect into Xcode, control when StoreKit message sheets appear in your app, present offer code redemption sheets within your app, and much more. Take advantage of new testing features, like the ability to request test notifications and test additional in-app purchase scenarios in the sandbox environment and Xcode, so you can be sure to provide great experiences for your users.
Metal powers hardware-accelerated graphics on Apple platforms by providing a low-overhead API, rich shading language, tight integration between graphics and compute, and an unparalleled suite of GPU profiling and debugging tools. Metal 3 introduces powerful features that help your games and pro apps tap into the full potential of Apple silicon. Now you can render high-resolution graphics in less time, load resources faster, train machine learning networks with the GPU, and more.
Powered by ARKit, RoomPlan is a new Swift API that utilizes the camera and LiDAR Scanner on iPhone and iPad to create a 3D floor plan of a room, including key characteristics such as dimensions and types of furniture.
Core ML adds new instruments and performance reports in Xcode, so you can analyze your ML-powered features. Optimize your Core ML integration with new Float16 data types, efficient output backings, sparse weight compression, in-memory model support, and new options to restrict compute to the CPU and Neural Engine.
Build dynamic app features that leverage Create ML APIs to train models directly from user input or on-device behavior, providing personalized and adaptive experiences while preserving user privacy. Use the new Create ML Components framework to define your own custom model and training pipelines by combining a rich set of ML building blocks.
Microsoft Windows SDK, and its predecessors Platform SDK, and .NET Framework SDK, are software development kits (SDKs) from Microsoft that contain documentation, header files, libraries, samples and tools required to develop applications for Microsoft Windows and .NET Framework. Platform SDK specializes in developing applications for Windows 2000, XP and Windows Server 2003. .NET Framework SDK is dedicated to developing applications for .NET Framework 1.1 and .NET Framework 2.0. Windows SDK is the successor of the two and supports developing applications for Windows XP and later, as well as .NET Framework 3.0 and later.
Platform SDK is the successor of the original Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 3.1x and Microsoft Win32 SDK for Windows 9x. It was released in 1999 and is the oldest SDK. Platform SDK contains compilers, tools, documentations, header files, libraries and samples needed for software development on IA-32, x64 and IA-64 CPU architectures. .NET Framework SDK however, came to being with .NET Framework. Starting with Windows Vista, the Platform SDK, .NET Framework SDK, Tablet PC SDK and Windows Media SDK are replaced by a new unified kit called Windows SDK. However, the .NET Framework 1.1 SDK is not included since the .NET Framework 1.1 does not ship with Windows Vista. (Windows Media Center SDK for Windows Vista ships separately.) DirectX SDK was merged into Windows SDK with the release of Windows 8.
Windows SDK allows the user to specify the components to be installed and where to install them. It integrates with Visual Studio, so that multiple copies of the components that both have are not installed; however, there are compatibility caveats if either of the two is not from the same era. Information shown can be filtered by content, such as showing only new Windows Vista content, only .NET Framework content, or showing content for a specific language or technology.
A developer might want to use an older SDK for a particular reason. For example, the Windows Server 2003 Platform SDK released in February 2003 was the last SDK to provide full support of Visual Studio 6.0. Some older PSDK versions can still be downloaded from the Microsoft Download center; others can be ordered on CD/DVD.
If you're installing the Atlassian SDK for the first time, you can find detailed instructions for setting your JAVA_HOME, downloading and installing the Atlassian Plugin SDK and creating your first project.
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