Tuesday Feb 14, 2012

New JavaFX documentation: Concurrency, SWT

The JavaFX documentation team has taken advantage of the JavaFX 2.0.3 update release to publish two new documents:

  • Concurrency in JavaFX
    This article describes the capabilities provided by the javafx.concurrent package to create multithreaded applications. You learn how to keep your JavaFX application user interface (UI) responsive by delegating time-consuming task execution to background threads.

  • JavaFX Interoperability with SWT
    This article shows how to add a JavaFX scene graph to a Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) application, and how to make SWT and JavaFX controls interoperate.

  • A few other documents have been updated as follows:

And if you are new to JavaFX 2, you should definitely have a look at the full JavaFX documentation.

 Enjoy!



Monday Dec 14, 2009

fxexperience site

If you haven't seen it yet, take a look at the fxexperience site. This blog site was created by key members of the JavaFX team at Oracle, who provide insight into their thoughts and experiences with JavaFX.

The people responsible for this site are:
  • Richard Bair: JavaFX architect
  • Jasper Potts: Design wizard and author of the Charts API in JavaFX.
  • Jonathan Giles: Developer on the JavaFX UI Controls team.
Richard, Jasper, and Jonathan are heavily involved in writing demos, giving information on samples, docs, and books, linking to interesting sites, and doing other things using JavaFX.

A weekly feature of the blog is the JavaFX links of the week, which provides links to JavaFX articles that have been published in the last week.
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This blog is maintained by Nicolas Lorain, Java Client Product Manager. The views expressed on this blog are my own & do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.

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