Enrique Ortiz of J2MEDeveloper.com wrote an excellent article that shows how you can use Ant (a Java based build tool) to build your J2ME applications for the Blackberry platform (and simultaneously frees you from having to use the Blackberry JDE instead of your own preferred IDE like Eclipse or NetBeans). He truly goes above and beyond the call of duty with numerous illustrations (a suggested project directory structure, build task flowcharts showing Ant, etc..) and a full Ant build file using the Antenna Ant tasks that help you create create Jad files, and run the Blackberry rapc compiler. Grab yourself a copy now.
Thanks. I am glad you found my article informative. Please note my weblog URL has changed to www.j2medeveloper.com/weblog.
Posted by: C. Enrique Ortiz on December 31, 2004 1:50 PM
The following ant task: http://www.etaras.com/blackberry/rapc/ can be a good alternative for the task described in this article.
Posted by: Taras on January 16, 2006 7:20 AM