Eclipse Mobile Tools for Java™

Eclipse Mobile Tools for Java™ project creates tools and frameworks to extend the Eclipse platform to support embedded and mobile device Java application development.


  • September 15, 2015, Mobile Tools for Java™ 2.0.1 is released.

    Mobile Tools for Java™ (MTJ) 2.0.1 release is focused on bug fixes and support of latest Eclipse Mars.

    The scope of MTJ 2.0.1 is listed below:

    • Migration to Eclipse Mars
    • Better Javadocs detections for libraries that represent the same logical API but correspond to different API versions
    • Bug fixes
  • November 14, 2014, Mobile Tools for Java™ 2.0 is released.

    Mobile Tools for Java™ (MTJ) 2.0 release is making MTJ plugin IoT ready by supporting Java™ ME 8 platform. Java™ ME 8 is the major update of the Java™ ME technology as a modern embedded software platform, purpose-built as a foundation for new services in the Internet of Things (IoT). MTJ 2.0 is based on Eclipse Luna and provides a support for CLDC 1.8 configuration (JSR 360), MEEP 8.0 profile (JSR 361) and better IMP-NG profile (JSR 228) support.

    Other improvements in this release includes new extensible Code Validation Builder that provides an ability to perform pre-compilation analysis and generates warnings by 3rd party plugins created on top of MTJ, support for Java™ ME APIs javadocs in zip archives and a lot of bug fixes. 


This project is part of Galileo, Helios, Indigo
Latest Releases

From 2015-09-10 to 2008-10-14

Name Date Review
2.0.1 2015-09-10
2.0 2014-11-17
1.2.0 2011-06-22
1.1.2 2011-02-25
1.1.1 2010-09-14
1.1.0 2010-06-23
1.0.1 2009-09-25
1.0.0 2009-06-08
0.9.1 2008-12-23
0.9.0 2008-10-14
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