At a crowded JAX 2015 conference in Mainz, Germany, JavaFX pro Adam Bien explained why JavaFX is future-proof, why it’s better than HTML5 and what else is happening in the world of JavaFX in 2015.
Oracle’s latest JDK update brings a number of enhancements to memory management, Nashorn and JavaFX that should be warmly welcomed in the Java community.
Oracle’s Gerrit Grunwald shows us the hardware and software setup needed to create a sensor network infrastructure that runs purely from embedded devices.
Oracle has withdrawn their support for JavaFX Embedded, however JavaFX continues to be provided as a fully supported part of the Oracle JDK 8 product on x86 platforms. Are we seeing the beginning of the end for JavaFX on embedded systems?
A new accessibility JEP is bringing accessibility support to JavaFX with screen readers and a high-contrast mode.
Eclipses IDE tooling and runtime platform for JavaFX is bring out its first major release
Learn how to use Java SE 8 to communicate with a near field communication (NFC) card reader, show a status message on a screen, or send information to a back-end system.
The Register claims that the San Francisco giant is about to attack enterprise market gap by establishing a NoSQL standards body. And it might not be such a crazy idea.
Hendrik Ebbers on whats new with JavaFX. How does it rate next to Swing, and can we expect a desktop renaissance?
Xtend is a statically typed programming language which translates to readable Java source code. JavaFX is the new shiny way to develop desktop applications in Java. JavaFX applications written with Xtend are much less cluttered and more readable at the same time, hence it increases developer productivity significantly. The libraries and example shown are available through GitHub. (Sven Efftinge and Tom Schindl at JAX 2013). Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.
Some analysts are predicting a market breakthrough for JavaFX this year. Our expert Java pundits weigh in with their opinions.
Raspberry Pi-powered touchscreen gadget shown off at JavaOne technical keynote, but you wont find it in stores.
Raspberry Pi-powered touchscreen gadget shown off at JavaOne technical keynote, but you won
Oracle’s Stephen Chin brings some gadgets to JAXConf in a hands-on session exploring the world of the Raspberry Pi, an ARM GNU/Linux box that’s cheap and powerful enough to run a full version of Java SE, including JavaFX. Let’s get hacking! Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com