JBit is small java application for mobile phones (MIDlet) that gives you a programmable 8-bit microcomputer. With JBit, you can edit, save, run and debug assembly (6502) programs directly on your phone.
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20 Feb 2016 - jbit 2.0.2 is available. Basic TTY support in xv65. MicroIO ported to MS-DOS.
31 Jan 2016 - jbit 2.0.1 is available. Record Store API. Android binaries (for terminals, no app). Removed js version.
29 Aug 2013 - JBDoc-20130829 is available. Added: IO Programming (1) - Requests, Images and Sprites.
19 Aug 2012 - JBDoc-20120819 is available. Smaller font added. gameapi (slightly) extended. epub and mobi formats added.
2 Apr 2012 - JBDoc-1.0.0 is available. First MIDP version.
19 Jun 2011 - JBit-20110619 is available. Just a quickfix: solved a problem with confirmation dialogs on Samsung phones.
5 Jun 2011 - JBit-20110605 is available. The monitor now supports breakpoint and step out, and the IO chip now provides tone generation and vibra.
29 Jun 2010 - JBit-20100629 is available. It includes basic support for touch-screen phones.
25 May 2010 - JBit-20100525 is available. The Paint module now supports editing multi-color images.