BlackBerry Java Application Development: Beginner's Guide by Bill Foust

By Bill Foust

Written with a fast moving yet pleasant and fascinating technique, this Packt Beginner's consultant is designed to be positioned along the pc as your advisor and mentor. step by step tutorials are boosted by means of motives of the reasoning in the back of what you're doing. you'll speedy choose up the required talents, advice, and tips for construction BlackBerry functions with Java with sensible. while you are a Java programmer who desires to construct BlackBerry functions with Java, this e-book is for you.

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With Eclipse and the BlackBerry simulator, you can simulate and debug your application very effectively. So now, let's see these tools in action. What better way than to actually see a bug in the application. However, as this application is one of the samples and has already been debugged, you will have to introduce a bug to use. [ 49 ] Getting Familiar with the Development Environment Time for action – starting the debugger 1. As we said before, the first step is to actually introduce a bug. This application is so simple that it was actually hard to decide how best to do this!

45 ] Getting Familiar with the Development Environment What just happened? Well, that was exciting wasn't it? At this point you've started up Eclipse and loaded up the HelloWorldDemo sample application into Eclipse. To do this you had to import the sample from the JDE-formatted workspace file. Most of the time you won't be importing a project, but working with one of the supplied samples is a good way to get started! Projects that have been imported are not activated by default. I'm not sure if this is by design or a bug, but the bottom line is that if you want to run an application after importing it you must activate it.

This process can be surprisingly confusing because of the number of different install packages that are available. You need the basic (or Standard Edition) version of the JDK in order to accomplish your goals. Once the file has completed downloading (either by doing a standard download or using the Sun Download Manager), execute the file to start the installation. exe. Time for action – installing the Java Development Kit (JDK) The installation starts off with the End User License Agreement for the Java Development Kit.

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