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Xpress Suite Adds Automatic Java to iPhone Conversion
Xpress Suite automatically generates native iPhone code from Java
By: Java News Desk
Mar. 15, 2009 05:15 AM
Javaground has announced a new component of its Xpress Suite allowing developers to automatically generate a native iPhone program from a Java source code.
Traditionally, developers target the iPhone by re-writing their Java source code in Objective C. Now, their existing Java code can be reused and automatically converted to create high-performance iPhone games and applications.
Using the Javaground Xpress Suite, a developer can quickly create a high quality mobile application with a single unique Java source code that works on over 2000 devices, including all devices supporting J2ME, Brew, Android and now iPhone.
Javaground introduced the cross-platform J2ME to the Brew converter in 2006. The company has since added other cross-platform converters to translate J2ME programs to the Android and iPhone platforms, enabling developers to continue using Java while still targeting most of the main platforms.
Javaground reports that the Xpress Suite has created tens of thousands of SKUs published on operators' decks.
Key features of the Xpress Suite are as follows:
A one-month free trial is available upon request.
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