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JohanVos

JohanVos
Johan Vos started working with Java in 1995, as part of his PhD research. He joined the Blackdown team and ported Java 1.2 to Linux/SPARC. Johan has been a Java consultant ever since, and worked for a number of companies (e.g. The Reference, Acunia). He co-founded LodgON, where the main focus is on social networking software and recently became a Java Champion. He was part of the Core Platform Expert Group of OSGi that created the OSGi platform specifications. His main technology interests are currently GlassFish and JavaFX. He holds an Msc in civil engineering (mining) and a PhD in Applied Physics.

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Not surprising at all that the OpenJFX modules will be decoupled from the core

JavaFX as a separate module: A look back and a leap forward

How has JavaFX evolved since it was announced at JavaOne in 2007? Was decoupling JavaFX from the JDK an inspired idea? In this article, Johan Vos weighs in on the news and explains why it makes perfect sense to move the development of JavaFX to an open system.

Making your life as a developer easier

Taking a closer look at JavaFX

JavaFX is now part of the Java SE 8 SDK. In this article, Java Champion Johan Vos gives us a quick overview of this essential framework and explains why you should use JavaFX instead of Swing.