The cqME project is the home for Java ME platform compatibility and quality testing. The goal of the cqME project is to develop and improve the tools used to test Java ME technologies. It contains the ME Framework project, the cq3G test suite project, and is a portal to the JT harness project site. Future open source testing technologies are also expected to find a home here. You can use these technologies to create test suites, including technology compatibility kit (TCK) test suites that test the quality of Java ME technologies and the compatibility of these technologies with their specifications.
News and Announcements
ME Framework 1.2.2 Released (August 25, 2009)
If you downloaded the ME Framework 1.2.2 development releases, please switch to this final milestone release.
The 1.2.2 release includes the following new features and improvements:
For details, see the release notes.
JDTF 2.4 Released (May 26, 2009)
For more information see the 2.4 Release Notes.
The Java ME technology community is one of the largest software development communities in the world. The Java ME platform is the ideal development technology for the creation and deployment of mobile data services.
The cqME community delivers tools to help Java ME application and platform developers ensure platform compliance, quality and fitness. We are committed to the success of application developers, platform developers, OEMs and mobile carriers. We provide tools that focus on the following audiences:
The cqME communities are chartered to improve these tools and test suites, further their development, and use them to improve their platforms and applications. We encourage you to browse, download, contribute, and get involved.
Note that the JT harness project is a separate project hosted in the Java Tools community. Because the cqME technologies are so tightly linked with the JT harness technology, a link is included here. Both projects use the same governance and participation guidelines.