At a Glance: This week's JavaFX, VirtualBox and NetBeans Reviews
By chhandomay on Apr 05, 2009
|Paul Leahy informed
readers that JavaFX 1.1.1 was released last week, highlighting
additional samples, calling one a "page turner." Paul also mentioned
the JavaFX Coding Challenge.
The blogger from The JavaFX Journey took a look at
JavaFX and commented that the syntax in the RIA was "absolutely
amazing," adding that the tool also provided a lot of benefits over
|After an initial test of VirtualBox
a few years back the blogger from VMWare
and xVM gave it another try and was amazed to
see that it not only ran just FreeBSD, but other OSes as well. He
notes, "Sweet. Seems after the acquisition, Sun couldn't resist
Larry from LEHSYS highlighted Sun Microsystems for providing a "perfect solution" in VirtualBox.
Blogger Keith from The Tech Blog noted that following an article on VirtualBox, he did a quick download and installation, stating that everything hit off "like a rocket." He also said, "You will like it. Oh, and it handles video like no body's business along with 3D acceleration."
|Antonio from LambdaBeans updated readers about the upcoming release of NetBeans version 6.7, and wrote that the latest upgrade included improved support for inter-module dependencies. Kapil Sharma recommended the use of NetBeans to create, test, debug, and deploy JavaFX applications for the desktop, browser and mobile platforms. In Ignite Real-time, Sam Halliday noted that he discovered the "awesome collaborative editor feature" in NetBeans. And after hearing about some "great stuff" in the latest version of NetBeans, this Unseen blogger concluded, "this thing absolutely rocks for PHP development and is packed with features."|