This port is merely a proof-of-concept that running J2ME applications and midlets on Android is possible. The builds are far from complete and deploying all the components (phoneME VM + Android frontend wrapper + JNI bindings) on your device is not trivial. Have a look at some of the screenshots. Here are a few of the main issues that had to be resolved.
Haven’t tested it yet, but checkout this: http://davy.preuveneers.be/phoneme/?q=node/28
Today I’ve decided that I was going to test JavaFX in my Ubuntu desktop, so I’ve downloaded NetBeans 6.5 (“The official IDE for JavaFX development.”).
I went to “Tools/Plugins” and choose to install JavaFX1.0 and pressed “Install”. The response that I got from NetBeans were:
“No plugin providing the capability javafx.sdk could be found”