Whoa! It is kind of embarrassing that we haven’t yet blogged about the fact that JavaFX 2.0 has been released! In our defense, it has been a very busy past few days. At the JavaOne Technical keynote Monday morning I announced 4 things:
- GA Release of JavaFX 2.0 (32 bit XP, 32 & 64 bit Windows Vista and Windows 7)
- Developer Preview release of JavaFX 2.0 for Mac OS X
- Early Access (for partners) of JavaFX Scene Builder (RAD tool)
- Netbeans 7.1 Beta with support for JavaFX
In addition, on Tuesday Adam Messinger (VP Java SE, Java Client, Java ME — my bosses boss) announced that we are open sourcing all of JavaFX. We are asking the OpenJDK community for a new project where we will put JavaFX. In addition, we will be working with the JCP to propose JavaFX as an official standard part of the Java platform (probably targeted for Java 9).
There was also a very exciting demo which you probably have already seen, where Nandini Ramani (VP Java Client, my boss) showed JavaFX running on both a Samsung Galaxy Tab (atop Android) and an iPad. Needless to say, this has generated quite a bit of buzz. I’ll blog separately about how this works and why (I gave a session on the subject on Tuesday).
We’ll also be blogging with our slides from the conference. In the meantime, the conference is ongoing, and I’m late for a session I wanted to attend. I’ll also post some slides from the Monday Keynote and Tuesday keynote (if I can get my hands on them)
Great Job!! Congrats!
About the demos, do you have links where one can see them?
Great for Fx2.0, sadness for 1.3.1 user… does anyone know sth about an Oracle tool that may “facilitate” the job to migrate big projects from 1.3.1 to 2.0 ?
I already read about this in a forum, but looking, these days, for this “magic/helpful” tool has no success.
If people “in the place” can help old scripter to save times, it would be gratefull !
fantastic news !
I noticed this very elegant …. javafx
congratulations to the developers behind the curtains
just too beautiful