By Maijaliisa Burkert on Jun 09, 2009
Indaba Music, which is a community and suite of online tools for musicians, has revamped their online recording and production tool using JavaFX. With this update, Indaba Music is giving users the ability to more easily record music "directly to the Internet" through a platform-agnostic online interface. The new platform, which not only allows users to record audio directly online, also includes improved tools for mixing, editing, and looping.
The biggest change with the addition of the JavaFX technology is that the barrier between the desktop and the browser is not as noticeable, and the interface works the same from anywhere -- not to mention the ability to drag and drop files to and from the desktop.
As I regularly track JavaFX buzz on the Internet I am pleased to report that it has ramped up significantly since the JavaOne conference, with even the most vocal skeptics trying it out and reporting on how amazed they are with the technology. JavaFX's adoption by Indaba Music is just another example of how widely it can be employed in applications.