Tuesday Sep 25, 2012

7u10: JavaFX packaging tools update

New tweaks in the packaging tools improve support for creation of self-contained bundles for Java and JavaFX applications as well as simplify packaging for other deployment scenarios. All features and number of other important bug fixes are available in developer preview builds of JDK 7 update 10 (try build 8 or later). I'll briefly introduce some of them in this post.[Read More]

Monday Sep 24, 2012

Java Deployment Team at JavaOne 2012

This year the Java Deployment team has some pretty exciting sessions at JavaOne. We will be talking about a lot of new features including Java on the Mac, Java FX deployment, and bundled applications.

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Thursday Aug 02, 2012

Native packaging cookbook: drop-in resources

Wondering how to add custom icon to the installable JavaFX package? In this post I'll explain how to use drop-in resources to customize application package and solve some frequently asked questions.

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Friday Jul 20, 2012

Java applications and Gatekeeper

OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) is expected to arrive any day now, and one of its features that will have an impact on everyone is Gatekeeper. In this post we want to answer some of the questions we've been getting from developers who want to know what's going on with Java in Mountain Lion, and want create natively bundled applications with Java 7.

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Sunday Jul 08, 2012

Packaging Swing apps with integrated JavaFX content

Developing a hybrid Swing + JavaFX application is not terribly difficult, but until recently the deployment of hybrid applications has not simple as a "pure" JavaFX application.  The existing tools focused on packaging FX Applications, or Swing applications - they did not account for hybrid applications. But with JavaFX 2.2 the tools include support for this hybrid application use case. 

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Thursday Jun 14, 2012

Native packaging for JavaFX

JavaFX 2.2 adds new packaging option for JavaFX applications, allowing you to package your application as a "native bundle". This gives your users a way to install and run your application without any external dependencies on a system JRE or FX SDK. I'd like to give you an overview of what it is, motivation behind it, and finally explain how to get started with it.

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