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LeorZahavi
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Pinned topic Leor Zahavi: Looking for best suitable JDK for mobile application

‏2012-09-11T08:35:46Z |
Hi there!

This is Leor zahavi and I am planning to develop java mobile application. Please suggest best suitable JDK which support almost all the latest java versions.
Thanks
Leor Zahavi
Updated on 2012-11-30T09:52:33Z at 2012-11-30T09:52:33Z by JPdev
  • JPdev
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    Re: Leor Zahavi: Looking for best suitable JDK for mobile application

    ‏2012-09-11T15:46:16Z  in response to LeorZahavi
    Hello,
    If you want to support all the latest java versions, i suggest you use the Oracle/Sun JDK
    and the latest version is JAVA 7 build 07.
    And using 'Netbeans IDE' you will get all the facilities installing all the plugins for mobile 'devs'.

    Regards
    JPdev
    • LeorZahavi
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      Re: Leor Zahavi: Looking for best suitable JDK for mobile application

      ‏2012-09-12T05:58:19Z  in response to JPdev
      hi,
      Thanks for your suggestion. Actually I am very new to java mobile. Is there any tutorial or something which can help me to learn “java mobile advance”?

      Thanks
      Leor Zahavi
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        Re: Leor Zahavi: Looking for best suitable JDK for mobile application

        ‏2012-11-28T16:50:46Z  in response to LeorZahavi
        Hey there Leor Zahavi,

        I think you should try going to the Java website http://www.java.com/en/about/ first. I would not be surprised if they can direct you further. Just suggesting, I don't think you willfind what you are looking for here.

        Good luck

        PG
        • JPdev
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          Re: Leor Zahavi: Looking for best suitable JDK for mobile application

          ‏2012-11-30T09:52:33Z  in response to SystemAdmin
          Hello,
          OK this is not the better link for what you want, but the Oracle site must be better known.
          I suggest this link http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.html and sure you get all the
          info(s) you need.
          Remember too Netbeans IDE and with the plugins for mobile applications you will get examples and tutorials.

          Hope this help you.