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Old 10-24-2010, 01:23 PM   #1
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Kindle emulator on Java CDC toolkit

Hello all,

I created simple application that emulates kindle on Java CDC toolkit.
I used KDK Emulator, but since almost all ui classes are just empty implementations i've decided to modify and use my old J2ME port of Android ui framework - Kindleflow.

Requirements:
- rooted kindle with appropriate developer keystore
- Sun Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC
- Eclipse IDE

1. Install CDC toolkit

2. Create New Java Project

3. Checkout sample Hello World project

4. Checkout Kindleflow

5. Copy emulator skin from KindleHelloWorld/Kindle directory to {CDC Toolkit Path}/emulator-lib/devices

6. Open project with Eclipse

7. Use ant tasks to build/run Kindle on Emulator or to deploy to your Device.
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Old 07-11-2011, 04:51 AM   #2
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Excellent work! One question: how to debug the kindlet?


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Hello all,

I created simple application that emulates kindle on Java CDC toolkit.
I used KDK Emulator, but since almost all ui classes are just empty implementations i've decided to modify and use my old J2ME port of Android ui framework - Kindleflow.

Requirements:
- rooted kindle with appropriate developer keystore
- Sun Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC
- Eclipse IDE

1. Install CDC toolkit

2. Create New Java Project

3. Checkout sample Hello World project

4. Checkout Kindleflow

5. Copy emulator skin from KindleHelloWorld/Kindle directory to {CDC Toolkit Path}/emulator-lib/devices

6. Open project with Eclipse

7. Use ant tasks to build/run Kindle on Emulator or to deploy to your Device.
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Old 09-18-2011, 01:52 PM   #3
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Should this baby called "Kindle emulator"?

it just yet another UI framework...
none of Kindle widget will work on this framework...

it is a good idea, but useless for real Kindlet developer.

Thanks anyway.
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