Java Mobile Orbiter for LinuxMCE

javamo for LinuxMCE

As you may know LinuxMCE supports smartphones under Symbian OS 1st edition, Windows Mobile 2003 and Treo as mobile Orbiters to control your home. It uses Bluetooth to communicate with smarthome system. So, it’s too difficult port every time the code to the new version of mobile OS. So, a big fan of LinuxMCE Hari decided to develop the Orbiter on Java Mobile platform. In that case we can have universal code which can work even on ordinary mobile phone with support of Java and Bluetooth. The idea of Java Orbiter will be more attractive if you remember about Google’s Android.

The progress of development of JavaMO (Java Mobile Orbiter) you may see on the picture. It’s really cool work! To get the latest news about JavaMO, please, read that topic on the LinuxMCE forum. If you’d like to participate in development or investigate the code just checkout it from the SVN repository. All contributors are very welcome!

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  • 2 comments:

    1. Dan Damron, 23. February 2008, 8:40

      Michael, you’ve got to check this out:

      If you’re following LinuxMCE, Thom has made HUGE progress on his MAME plugin
      here’s a link to the video;
      http://www.localeconcept.com/pub/scratch/games/lmce_with_pics.html
      and more pics:
      http://www.localeconcept.com/pub/scratch/games

      We really appreciate the recognition, hari was tickled pink, as was I.

      we’re all feeding off of each other, and more and more people are coming online with dev platforms every day..

      Keep up the great plugs!

      Dan

       
  • Michael Stepanov, 26. February 2008, 19:00

    That’s very-very good, Dan! I like LinuxMCE and people who develop and contribute to that project. I’m also trying to do something useful for LinuxMCE. So, I’m glad to see that my blog is useful for LinuxMCE community 🙂

     
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