This session is about next generation JavaME, based on JavaME/CDC1.1/FP1.1 and JSR 232 Mobile Operational Management.
Now there is also a article based on this session:
Is OSGi the Solution for Mobile Java?
I like this:
- On a device with JSR 232 Mobile Java developers will have a much more powerful CDC/FP runtime and class libraries to work with, making AGUI and Swing GUIs a possibility, a well as the embedded versions of SWT and the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (eRCP).
- Most importantly, the developer doesn't need to wait for the Java Community Process or device manufacturers to bring these components to the handset: once wrapped into an OSGi bundle they can be installed to the device over the air and registered as a service, much like an Eclipse plugin is installed via Update Manager.
I cant wait until I get this upcoming Nokia E90 handset and little later also this post-installed add-on software with OSGi and eRCP.
I think JSR-249, Advanced Mobile Service Architecture will be a very important JSR, perhaps also more important than the upcoming JSR-271, MIDP 3.0 I believe.
I hope it don't take to long time before JSR-249 is finish.