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Re-designing a website UI to improve user experience is hard. It requires in-depth research, creativity and a lot of plug-and-play. Most of all, you need to be able to know when to start from scratch, says creative director and UI designer Gail Yui.
Originally in March’s JAX Magazine, we chatted to the creator and CEO of Vaadin about the team’s release that had been 18 months in the making, as well as their commitment to Google Web Toolkit
Johan Vos introduces us to the DataFX project, making JavaFX go beyond its regular functionality.
Appearing in JAX Magazine’s special Juno issue back in June, Brian de Alwis discusses the genesis of Eclipse’s next-generation platform.
Tracy Hutcheson delved into the challenges we face designing mobile UI and the good position the Java community finds themselves in
The latest beta for JBoss’s Eclipse distro arrives, accommodating a number of enhancements to vital plugins
Two big updates straight out of Oracle HQ – JDK7 U4 and JavaFX 2.1. It may seem like a normal maintenance release but this is the first update to appear on Mac OS X from Oracle.
We chat to Oracle’s JSF Spec Lead Ed Burns about the latest work going towards JavaServer Faces 2.2, which should arrive in June.
Richard Bair details his goals for 2012, leaving many excited at the prospects for JavaFX and OpenJDK
There’s been interest recently in better ICEfaces support, and PrimeFaces support, so that’s what 1.10 ended up being about.
JAXenter speaks with Chief Executive Officer of eXo Platform, Benjamin Mestrallet on the recently-announced eXo Platform 3.0.
Tellurium framework performs Object to Locator Mapping automatically at run time and features Data Driven Testing.
New XHTML component for LWUIT API.