New. Opens a form to build a new object for the current project. The new object is placed in the project’s file structure by default, but you can control the file name and location. The possible objects are dependent on the currently selected project. For example, if the project is CLDC, the options are MIDlet, Java class, Java package, or Java interface. Selecting New > Other allows you to add different types of files to the project. For a sample procedure, see Generating Stub Files from WSDL Descriptors.
Build. Builds a distribution Java archive (JAR) file. The build process is controlled by project properties, as described in Building a Project.
Clean & Build. Cleans, then builds a distribution JAR file.
Run. Runs the project with the default device, as specified on the Platform property page. See Platform Selection.
The Resources node encapsulates all resources and libraries of the active configuration. Right-click the Resources node to add Projects, JARs, folders, and libraries as resources for your application. You cannot add or remove inherited resources.