wizard helps you to create a new Java ME MIDlet in a MIDlet
||Enter a source folder for the new class. Either type a
valid source folder path or click Browse to select a source
folder via a dialog.
||The source folder of the element that was selected when
the wizard has been started.
||Enter a package to contain the new class. You can select
either this option or the Enclosing Type option, below. Either type a valid package name or
click Browse to select a package via a dialog.
||The package of the element that was selected when the
wizard has been started.
||Select this option to choose a type in which to enclose
the new class. You can select either this option or the Package option, above. Either type a
valid name in the field or click Browse to select a type via a
||The type or the primary type of the compilation unit that
was selected when the wizard has been started or <blank>
||Type a name for the new class.
Select one or more access modifiers for the new class.
- Either public, default, private, or protected (private and protected are only
available if you specify an enclosing type)
- static (only available if you specify an enclosing type)
||Type or click Browse to
select a superclass for this class.
||The type (not the compilation unit!) that was selected
when the wizard has been started or <javax.microedition.midlet.MIDlet>
||Click Add to choose
interfaces that the new class implements.
|Which method stubs would you like to create?
Choose the method stubs to create in this class:
- Constructors from superclass: Copies the constructors from the new class's
superclass and adds these stubs to the new class.
- Unimplemented abstract methods: Adds to the new class stubs of any abstract
methods from superclasses or methods of interfaces that need to be implemented.
|Inherited abstract methods enabled
|Add to Application Descriptor?
||When selected, the wizard adds the new class to the
MIDlet list from Application Descriptor.
||Add to Application Descriptor
It is also possible to create a MIDlet from template, the second page of the Wizard lists all available templates.
Upon selecting a template from the list, the template description and required Java ME permissions is shown on
the "Description" section.
Each template has the ability to add a page to the Wizard in order to customize itself. Select the
"next" button to switch to the template custom page add fill the custom fields.
In order to disable creating MIDlet from template deselect the "Create MIDlet using a template" button.