JavaFX Reviews and How-To Articles

1. Should there be a DB API for JavaFX? –- nick-software.blogspot.com, 10/14
The blogger said he believes that the lack of a DB API is “a possible gaping hole when it comes to developing mobile JavaFX applications.” He stated “it would make sense” to have a database available to run on the high and mid-range mobile devices and gave his argument for why the JavaFX team should develop one.
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2. Silverlight vs. JavaFX vs. Flex/AIR -– vinaytechs.blogspot.com, 10/12
The blogger compared three different RIA development platforms (Silverlight, JavaFX, and Flex/AIR)said that even though JavaFX was initially marketed as a Flash-look-alike creative media delivering platform, “the rich UI components allow develop[ing] complex RIA applications.”

3. Creating a Simple Game in JavaFX (Part 1, 2, 3) -– blog.exprimeit.co.uk, 10/15, 10/16
The blogger published a step-by-step account (with code) of how he re-wrote a game originally developed with JavaSE and Java2D in JavaFX since he wanted to see “how much easier writing the game would be using the graphic oriented JavaFX script language.”

4. javax.accessibility for JavaFX –- jfxstudio.wordpress.com, 10/14
Ubivent posted their newly-developed javax.accessibility package with a Swing component now included in the JFrame so as to make up for the lack of native accessibility support in JavaFX “for assisting visually impaired people.” The team described how to use the support and shared the source code for the new solution.

5. Enterprise JavaFX for the Web Platform -– InfoQ.com, 10/12
Peter Pilgrim posted a video presentation he gave at QCon in which he introduced the JavaFX platform, presented the scripting language as well as the standard deployment method of applications, and client applications with the server.

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One Response to “JavaFX Reviews and How-To Articles”

  1. manager Says:

    just a friendly note: this blog page can not be seen in IE8.. it only works for FireFox&Chrome

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