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It like tutorial. It seems more practice & concise than javadoc library. How I use library if I don't know I want to looking for something?
Example: if I want to create a chat app. I will find source code what related with it. I don't believe I have lucky enough to find all puzzle pieces for a chat app (network, socket ...) in javadoc library ... Assume I found all puzzle pieces, how to assemble them together ...
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Using tutorials is fine, but without the javadocs you'll get nowhere. It is the definite reference to the Java classes and methods you can use. It is, as you correctly observe, not an introduction.
Be aware that there are various levels of JME implementations, and you should start by finding out which of those are supported by your particular device. (Personally I think that JME is dead, but that's a different subject.)
Also be ware that Roseindia is widely considered to be one of the worse sites to peruse, full of buggy code and bad practices. If you want to learn properly, you should get an introductory book and work through that.