JavaFX 1.0 is out now!

We just spent haaalf of our afternoon refreshing netbeans.org and javafx.com in our browers -- and lo, here it is, JavaFX 1.0. :)

If you've already got NetBeans 6.5, go to the update center (Tools > Plugins > Available Plugins) to install the plugin(s). If you don't have 6.5 yet, you can download the IDE including JavaFX support here.

I say plugins above because there's also a special Mac SDK, a debugger, and a sample project on the update center. At minimum you need JDK 6_10, the JavaFX 1.0 plugin (and the SDK if you are on Mac OS).

You can use JavaFX for webstarting apps (JNLP), desktop apps, mobile apps, and Applets ("They are baa-aack!"), just like Java. You can keep your existing Java code and use JavaFX to spice up the user interface if you like. Look at these tutorials and sample applications online. Download the sample code to get started -- That's at least what I'm doing right now. :)

Comments:

Hi!

Cool, but I've some problems with the samples. Some samples gives me an 404-Error. The mp3 player plays with 1.6-u7 (but it's not draggable) and is draggable with u11 but I get a MediaUnsupportedException (in the console window) -> no music.

And the window dragging does not follow the mouse. Sometimes the mp3 window runs circels on the screen but I don't move the mouse...

best regards,
josh.

Posted by Aljoscha Rittner on December 04, 2008 at 10:36 AM CET #

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