Wednesday Jun 13, 2012

The Enterprise Side of JavaFX - Part One

A new article, now up on otn/java, by Java Champion Adam Bien, titled “The Enterprise Side of JavaFX,” shows developers how to use LightView to convert REST services into a bindable set of properties. The article, Part One of a three-part series, presents the enterprise and business side of JavaFX with minimal animations, effects, and transitions, and a focus on structuring the presentation logic and integration with back-end services.

Bien makes use of LightFish, LightView and much more:

“LightFish is an open source monitoring application that periodically fetches and persists snapshots from a “GlassFish Under Test” machine and makes them available in real time via a simplified REST API.

LightFish comes with a basic Web interface to manage the data-capturing interval that is implemented with JavaServer Faces 2. LightView is a JavaFX 2 real-time visualizer that integrates the Web UI directly and accesses the monitoring data via REST and long polling. It could be considered to be a ‘stress test dashboard.’”

Look for Part Two of the series, which will directly integrate the JavaServer Faces 2 UI with WebView.

Check out the article here.

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