Today at JavaOne, Danno Ferrin of Oracle presents the session Packaging and Deploying Java Apps in Java 8u20. This session provides information about the new features for the Java Packager and shows you how to integrate them into your build chain. For more information on this topic, see The Java Packager Tool and Packaging Basics in the Java Platform, Standard Edition Deployment Guide.
Today at JavaOne, Andrey Petushkov (Consulting Member of the Technical Staff, Oracle) hosts the session Best Practices for Efficient Java ME Programming. You will learn how to use various language and VM features to create memory effective applications. Numerous examples demonstrate the real use cases for the new Java ME 8 platform features.
Today, Sergey Troshin, a staff engineer at Oracle, hosts the session Java ME Platform Fueled by New Tooling Architecture. This presentation highlights the new tooling architecture that turns a resource-constrained Java ME Embedded system into a developer-friendly and manageable platform. You will learn about various tools, services, and extensions that can be provided atop the architecture.
Monday at JavaOne, Kevin Rushforth and Steve Northover of Oracle presented JavaFX 8: New and Noteworthy at JavaOne. This talk described features added to JavaFX 8. For more information on JavaFX 8 features, see: Getting Started with JavaFX 3D Graphics Working with JavaFX UI Components: Date Picker Working with JavaFX UI Components: Tree Table View Embedding Swing Content in JavaFX Applications JavaFX documentation is available at http://docs.oracle.com/javafx
Today at JavaOne, Sergey Troshin, a staff engineer at Oracle, gives a presentation on Lambda Expressions in Java ME Embedded. Lambda expressions, the most important feature of Java 8, are tightly integrated into the entire Java platform. In this presentation, you learn how lambda expressions can be leveraged in the Java ME embedded.
Today, Terrence Barr, a senior technologist and principal product manager for Java ME, will be talking about new Java ME 8 features — such as profile sets and optional APIs, modular services, shared libraries, peripheral device I/O, and more. From his presentation you can learn how to create hardware-independent and scalable software that delivers embedded intelligence across a variety of embedded use cases. Find more information about Java ME Embedded 8 at the Java ME...