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NetBeans IDE 8 Cookbook by Rhawi Dantas, David Salter

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Chapter 8. NetBeans Mobile Development

In this chapter, we will cover the following recipes:

  • Adding mobile support to NetBeans
  • Creating an MIDP application
  • Adding Android support to NetBeans
  • Creating an Android application

Introduction

With the advent of smartphones and tablets, mobile development has had a renaissance. You just need to look at the number of mobile applications that are available for the major smartphones and feature phones to see how popular mobile development is.

It's not only on mobile phones and tablets that Java ME is used. It's also one of the major players in embedded technology (running on devices such as Raspberry Pi), in Blu-ray players, TVs, and smart cards.

In this chapter, we'll see how we can add mobile support to NetBeans ...

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