CommunityOne session on JavaFX Script and GlassFish app clients presented - and nicely received

A short while ago I finished presenting the CommunityOne session on JavaFX Script and GlassFish to a gratifyingly large audience.  I was also pleasantly surprised that so many of the attendees had worked with app clients (although, admittedly, the population was somewhat self-selecting given the topic!).  I ran a little long but there were still some patient developers with interesting questions afterwards. 

In a departure (for me) from most previous formal sessions I've done, this one included a live demo, including creating some web services from scratch for GlassFish to host and building pieces of an app client that referred to those web services.  Although I showed some of the JavaFX Script code Josh Marinacci had written I didn't alter any of it!  Luckily it all ran very smoothly.

Josh did a lot of work in a short period to pull together the JavaFX part of the demo which turned out very slick.  I held up the GlassFish server-side and app client pieces.  We plan to do a bit of clean-up and then publish a screencast or the source code or both.  Stay tuned for a pointer once it's ready.


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