JavaFX 2.2.4 and JDK 7u10 were released on Tuesday. In addition to the release documentation, the following new information is provided:
- A new document, Using the Image Ops API, describes how to read and write raw pixel data to and from JavaFX images.
- The Handling JavaFX Events document has been updated with more information on touch events. The Working with Touch Events chapter and Touch Events sample provide information about handling individual touch points to provide sophisticated responses to touch actions.
- The Implementing Best Practices document has been updated to include information about running tasks on background threads.
- The Troubleshooting section of Deploying JavaFX Applications now includes a section about disabling the automatic proxy configuration in your application code.
Other documents were updated to reflect minor bug fixes.
You can download JavaFX 2.2.4 from OTN. For all tutorials and API documentation, see http://docs.oracle.com/javafx.