JavaFX Coding Challenge Winners


You don't need to wait for the Java App Store to open its doors layer this summer to see what kind of commercial applications you can use JavaFX to create. Just take a look at the winners of the JavaFX coding challenge.

In first place, Sten Anderson's Music Explorer FX uses the Echo Nest service to power a beautiful, engaging fullscreen application that pulls images, videos, plays music, shows news and reviews, similar artists, and keeps a history or your musical exploration.
Next is Naoaki Suganuma's LifeScope: hooking up to a server hosted on Google's App Engine, this application pulls data from your blog, examines EXIF data from your photo library and the friends Gmail address book to chain together an interactive view of the events and friends so catalogued.
And in third place, Evgeni Sergeev's ShiningEtherFX is an image creation tool specially for making background images for web pages or RIA applications by compositing layers of images created from a color scheme, path curve and profile.

And there were student winners too. Check them out.

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