Using Marge in
What you need?
So, got all needed stuff
installed and configured? Let's go!
1. Download the Marge
Framework available package (you will find it in the
project, http://marge.dev.java.net at the Where can I download Marge?
2. Open Eclipse
IDE (that's the easy part ;)
3. Create a JME project,
so select File->New->Other... and select J2ME MIDlet
Suite Project and follow the wizard. In our example we called it
4. The big part: once the project is created we need to put Marge as project Library.
Right click in the project's name (in our case, NewBluetoothProject)
and select Properties. In the Properties for NewBluetoothProject window
select Java Build Path and then Libraries. Click in Add JARs... if the
Marge jar is in you project folder or Add External JARs.. otherwise
(usually developers put jar packages in a lib folder inside the
project). Select the Marge jar and click OK. Ow, ow, ow! Hold
your horses, my friend: click OK just once, we got more stuff to do in
5. Now, we need to mark
EclipseME to export the Marge code, so when we create a
jar file of NewBluetoothProject Marge code will be available in it.
Select the Order and Export tab and mark Marge jar to be exported. Now
you can press OK...
6. If everything went correct, you will be able to see Marge package
being displayed in the project structure, and you are ready to use!
- Java Development Kit (http://www.java.com/)
- Eclipse IDE (http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/)
- Wireless Toolkit (http://java.sun.com/products/sjwtoolkit/)
- EclipseME Plugin (http://eclipseme.org/docs/installation.html)
7. And the fun begins! To learn how to use Marge Framework, see the
code tutorial. If it doesn't
worked or you still got doubts send us an e-mail, we will
be happy to help =)
ps.: we know the current tutorial is very simple, but we hope it has helped. If you
have any suggestions please send to us