J2ME Polish rocks!

Did you thought about our client as not so clearly designed? Moving from main screen to different screens seeemed little disturbing? So just wait for the next version of our Locify client.

We decided to use great tool called J2ME Polish. It is set of tools and framework for Java ME development. It adds new possibilites for J2ME developers, make porting to different types of cell phones easy. The most visible benefit for users will be all screens literarely polished - it will share same design as current main screen including for example GPS status. When I say all screens I mean really all screens - even the dynamic ones downloaded from services.

That's great, right? But that's not all - J2ME Polish has also built-in HTML browser. We can easily use it to offet developers to view any HTML page in Locify client. You will not have to open external browser for most of pages. So stay tuned, here is a little development sneak-peak:

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Release It!

So we decided to release. In fact we had it in our scrum sprint so we have to. We awaited that something memorable will happen - like rain of fishes or so (do you know Red Dwarf?). But life goes on as usual. And thas's fine.

What you can expect? In fact the basic functionality even without some of the features we already have done (nearly). The concept is out. It works and is has bugs - as other sofware and webservice. And we ask for feedback. Since now we have another mantra: make it better.

Something missing? Yes, sure. A lot of things will come soon. Maps, navigate-to, routes, offline support, ... We will polish them and give them to you asap. Regardless please, drop us a mail what you think, miss and want. Thanks!

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