Jarpa (Java Packaging for Flash Lite Developers)

Recently, a new generation of mobile phones with support for Java ME and Flash Lite has been taking widespread acceptance by the market opening the door for hybrid applications. Looking for this business potential Jarpa was created allowing Flash Lite Developers deliver their content as Java ME applications.

Created by Felipe Andrade and Alessandro Pace, Jarpa is a free of charge software solution under terms of Apache Software License.

We looking forward to hearing from you!

Welcome to the World of Hybrid Applications

Jarpa allows Java ME and Flash Lite Developers extend their mobile applications like in Flyer Framework or Janus but with the widespread acceptance of Java ME and Flash Lite mobile devices.

How to

Coming soon

Download

Download Jarpa

Compatible Devices

Nokia 3250 S60 3rd Edition
Nokia N95 - 1 S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
Nokia 6110 Navigator S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
Nokia 6630 S60 2rd Edition, Feature Pack 2
Nokia 7500 Prism S40 5th Edition
Nokia 7390 S40 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2
Nokia 6301 S40 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2

Contributors

Alessandro currently works for m-Qube, a VeriSign company, as a Flash mobile software engineer responsible for Flash Lite research and development. He is certified as an instructor and developer in Macromedia Flash Lite 1.1 from Adobe, and he is manager of the Boston Adobe Mobile and Devices User Group. Alessandro works daily on his personal Flash Lite project, Kero Mobile, and he is very active in the Flash Lite developer community.

Felipe Andrade is chief technology officer and cofounder of i2 tecnologia, a Web and interactive startup based in Brazil and an Adobe Solution Partner. He is the original creator of Flyer Framework, an open source Python framework that allows Flash Lite and Java™ Platform, Micro Edition (Java™ ME) developers to extend their mobile applications with native Symbian features.