Oracle Releases Java Mobile Development Framework

Oracle Releases Java Mobile Development Framework

Oracle has announced the release of a new framework and client that it hopes will spur the development of Java-based apps for industrial mobile devices. The Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile Client facilitates some cross-platform development, but currently only support operating systems widely used by industrial device manufacturers, such as Windows Mobile versions 5 and 6 and RIM’s BlackBerry platform, but not Android or iOS.

The new client costs $5 per user and can also be priced on a per-device basis.

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