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December 20, 2005 - Version 1.49 is now ready for download.
Ewe is a programming system that allows you to write applications, using Java, which run exactly the same on desktop systems, on mobile systems, and even in a Web browser as an Applet.
Most Portable VM Available
Most Compatible Applications
Easy Infra-Red Port Programming.
Advanced Desktop-to-Device Communication API with Synchronization.
Landscape display mode on all platforms.
Device Customized User Interface.
A GUI library similar to SWING, but at a fraction of the size.
Native Method Interface for accessing custom and device specific APIs.
and Free Development Kit
The SDK even allows you to package your application as native executables for Windows and WindowsCE platforms. Your applications will look and run like a native .exe file.
Included in the SDK is a comprehensive Ewe Application Development guide to make starting Ewe programming easy.
For more information on the Ewe VM and the SDK please go to this page.
and Terms and Conditions
Here is the Ewe VM running on a PocketPC in Launcher mode.
Here it is running on the Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 in landscape mode. Ewe supports landscape mode on all platforms.
You can view a demo of some of the features of Ewe here. This runs Ewe programs as a standard Java Applet in your web browser. It is compatible with Java 1.1 VM’s (e.g. as in Internet Explorer) or Java 1.2 VM’s (e.g. as in Netscape 6.x). The version supported by your browser will be automatically detected and the correct version will be loaded.
If you download the appropriate Ewe VM for your system or mobile device, then you can try out some sample Ewe applications. This is a zip file containing: Jigsaw - create complex jigsaw puzzles from any image, Solitaire - a version of marble Solitaire, Tetris - a simple Tetris game, HexView - a file viewing utility, Painter - a simple painting applet.
Here is Ewe running on a Windows Desktop. Ewe runs and looks exactly the same on a Linux desktop.
Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems. Waba is a trademark of Wabasoft Corporation. Windows, Windows CE and PocketPC are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. The Zaurus is a trademark of Sharp Corporation.