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Sony Ericsson adds Flash lite support to mobile Java

Sony Ericsson

A great news for Adobe Flash lite developer, Sony Ericsson today announced at its Developer World conference plans for a new technology that bridges Adobe Flash Lite and Java ME development platforms.

The technology, called Project Capuchin, allows Java ME applications to use Flash Lite as the front-end interface for mobile phone applications.

More importantly, it builds a connection between the phone’s applications and Flash, something that the few phones able to run Flash don’t do. Flash is just a display layer, not actually interactive with the phone!!

“In using Flash, you typically can’t access properties of the phone. But with Capuchin, you can get at information and applications in the phone and use that info with the Flash display,” said Christopher David, director of long-term platform planning at Sony Ericsson

So its a kind of a great tool that wraps that Flash content in a Java file, so it can be used as a Java file.”

Preety cool 🙂

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