Wednesday Jul 29, 2009

Breaking Language Barriers with Netbeans 6.7 IDE

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Wouldn't it be great if there was a single IDE that let you create applications in any language you wanted, allowed you to collaborate effectively with a team of developers scattered across the globe, let you import projects created in other environments, as well as let you export your projects to another IDE of your choice? With the NetBeans 6.7 IDE release, you can. With native Maven and Ant support, as well as full Kenai integration, plus enhanced support for languages like PHP, JavaFX, Javascript, Groovy, Grails, Ruby, and Ruby on Rails (just to name a few because, oh yes, there are a LOT more), this IDE is a one-stop-shop for web, enterprise, desktop, and mobile developers.

In this edition of Innovating@Sun, host Hal Stern, SVP Global Systems Engineering, and John Jullion-Ceccarelli, Sr. Engineering Manager for Netbeans, discuss this latest release of NetBeans and how it's connecting developers like no other IDE.

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Thursday Dec 04, 2008

Rich Internet Experiences, Across All Screens of Your Life - JavaFX

James Gosling started it, Danny Coward is running with it. Danny and the JavaFX team have created a leading-edge software platform for creating Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) across all screens including browsers, desktops, mobile devices, and TV. Announced for the first time at JavaOne2008, JavaFX has received a huge amount of attention in the developer community, generating much excitement for today's release of JavaFX 1.0. Built entirely in Java with the programming environment based around JavaFX script, JavaFX 1.0 focuses on immersing consumers in rich media layered with graphics, animations, and transitions through the devices they use daily. This type of rich interaction requires technologies that demand this new generation of applications. And JavaFX certainly delivers.


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Tuesday Jul 29, 2008

Out of the cloud and onto the system - Project Hydrazine

Cloud computing is one of those elusive concepts that can easily be taken for granted at times. Sure, the cloud exists; it's functioning as a network for applications, web services, and devices. But what is it really doing and how can it be leveraged in our own development projects? Enter Project Hydrazine, the "rocket fuel" behind JavaFX and the driving force behind current innovations in system administration and application development.

In this edition of Innovating@Sun, host Hal Stern, VP Global Systems Engineering, interviews Bob Brewin, VP, Sun Distinguished Engineer, to discuss Project Hydrazine--a back-end infrastructure service which offers a new and open approach to application development and deployment. With the provision of infrastructure as a service offering, one can create a virtualized environment in which systems and applications can be built and deployed as if they were in the datacenter and then easily moved across a multitude of devices. With technology like this, it is apparent that Sun's core value, "The Network is the Computer" reigns supreme in the development of Sun innovations.


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