Release Notes: A problem with confirmation dialogs on Samsung phones has been fixed.
Release Notes: The monitor now supports breakpoint and step out, and the I/O chip now provides tone generation and vibra.
Release Notes: Basic support for touch-screen phones has been added.
Release Notes: The Paint module now supports editing of multi-color images.
Release Notes: The IO chips now provide a random number generator. There are also minor bugfixes and improvements. Modules for this version are incompatible with modules from previous versions.
Release Notes: The editor has been improved with some navigation aids and with basic support for computing relative addresses. Also, a beginner's tutorial has been released.
Release Notes: The editor has been improved and now you can resize the program and insert and remove instructions. A minimalistic IO chip (MicroIO) has been implemented. It can replace the standard IO chip on old phones, leaving more memory available for programs.
Release Notes: Most of the MIDP2 Game API has been mapped; this means that now it should be possible to write real games with JBit. Also, a minimalistic Paint module has been implemented. It is not included in the standard JBit MIDlet, because it is mainly intended as a demo for Java programmers to get started with the JBit Module System. However, it could be useful to some users too.