Here are a few questions that have come up a few times in our testing, if you have a question that isn't listed here, feel free to contact us.
What language is CM3 written in?
CM3 is written in Java. It is delivered as a NetBeans project with all the libraries needed to compile your first vector based GUI project for J2ME.
Basic System Requirements : JDK (Java) 1.6, Netbeans IDE and the J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2. Installation instructions for these resources are included in the CM3 documentation to help you get started
What Devices are compatible with CM3?
By default, CM3 is compatible with most MIDP 2 / CDLC 1.1 Java Enabled Phones and devices, and several MIDP 1 devices as well.
Will I have to share my changes with CornerSpace or the CM3 community?
CM3 is closed source. Any projects that you build using the CM3 GUI must remain closed source outside of the CM3 community. The CM3 Developer Community exists as a point of reference for CM3 clients. It gives you an opportunity to ask questions and get help where needed, and to also participate in and take advantage of new development, code, extensions and resources which are continuously shared in the community. Every member with access the CM3 Developer Community is under the same NDA, meaning any code and proprietary information or resources shared within the community will not be shared publicly.
What Limitations Does CM3 have?
CM3 is limitless...it's up to your imagination to take your project in any direction. The CM3 Community contains a wealth of code, ideas, extensions and add-ons which will help you create the application that you have visualized.
What is the CM3 Developer License?
Formerly, CM3 offered 2 separate licenses, a Developer License for building prototypes, internal demos, public or private betas and creating and distributing freeware applications, and a separate Commercial License for selling commercial applications. We have since merged the two and now there is no need to upgrade to a Commercial License when ready to release the Commercial Application. For more information on Licensing please contact CornerSpace directly at email@example.com
The order processing is handled through Paypal. Once your payment has been processed, you will receive an immediate confirmation email containing the CM3 License Agreement. Once the license agreement is signed and returned to CornerSpace, your access to the CM3 Development Community will be activated. There, you will be able to download the CM3 project and libraries and access all the documentation needed to get started.
If you need to make payment via another method please contact firstname.lastname@example.org We do accept bank Wire transfers as a secondary form of payment. If you are going to request to pay via wire transfer, we'll send you an invoice with transfer instructions. Please be sure to provide a valid and current email address during the order process.
What if I Order CM3 and find out it is not what I need?
Due to the sensitivity of digital goods and the time required for custom services, we are unable to provide refunds for software or source code once the files have been released to you. We would, however, like to ensure your satisfaction. CornerSpace developers are often available in the CM3 community to provide you with support and training. If you have questions prior to purchase, please complete the Client Needs Assessment Evaluation . This information will help us recommend the best solutions to meet your needs and answer any pre-order questions you have.
Can CM3 be used for other things besides Mobile Apps and Games?
Absolutely. The CM3 API can be adapted for almost any java application. Your license is not restricted to mobile use. please join our development community to find out more.
Which licenses should I choose? I'm a (insert special case here).
If you're a borderline business and you feel like you should be paying, go for the Commercial license. If you're a non-profit or .edu, we have special free license here.
Do you have any buttons we can put on our site?
Not officially, but If you make a button, please let us know and we'll put it up here.
What does the name mean?
Our favorite definition of CM3 is "CornerSpace Mobile Media Mogul."