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And The Winners Are.... the most popular articles on otn

July 18, 2013 By: Janice Heiss

Here is a list of the most popular articles, in terms of traffic, on otn/java in the last 12 months. It's, as usual, a rich mix of Java and Java-related technologies, types of articles and variety of authors.

Check out any that you might have missed and vote with your visit.

1. “Getting Started with Java® SE Embedded on the Raspberry Pi" by Bill Courington and Gary Collins August 2012

2. “How to Get Started (FAST!) with JavaFX 2 and Scene Builder” by Mark Heckler November 2012

3. “Arun Gupta on Higher Productivity from Embracing HTML5 with Java EE 7” by Janice J. Heiss February 2013

4. “Java Experts on the State of Java” by Janice J. Heiss January 2013

5. “Java EE 7 and JAX-RS 2.0” by Adam Bien April 2013

6. “Coding on Crete: An Interview with Java Specialist Heinz Kabutz” by Janice J. Heiss January 2013

7. “Why, Where, and How JavaFX Makes Sense” by Björn Müller March 2013

8. “The Advent of Kotlin: A Conversation with JetBrains' Andrey Breslav” by Janice J. Heiss April 2013

9. “The Enterprise Side of JavaFX” by Adam Bien June 2012

10. “JSR 356, Java API for WebSocket” by Johan Vos April 2013

And here are five runners up.

11. “Introducing Groovy” by Jim Driscoll July 2012

12. “The Enterprise Side of JavaFX: Part Two” by Adam Bien June 2012

13. “Expressing the UI for Enterprise Applications with JavaFX 2.0 FXML” by James L. Weaver June 2012

14. “JavaOne 2012 Review: Make the Future Java” by Steve Meloan October 2012

15. “Expressing the UI for Enterprise Applications with JavaFX 2.0 FXML - Part Two” By James L. Weaver September 2012

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