Some graphs - JavaFX + RIA

Finally we got this published too. Here is the new article on :

Special thanks to Nancy. She has written most of the articles on JavaFX Production Suite. Our basic idea for this article was to depict the way we can use JavaFX for RIA. One of the common features most of the website using these days are representing the data in graphical mode, very much data in the form of charts and bar graphs.

This one show how petrol cost varies across the globe. Just a fictious data. And another one

Show the usages of Programming languages by developers. For animation please visit the article section of

In the previous article, we showed how to make Point-Line Graph with a simple example of temperature arcoss some of the major cities on the globe.

For techinical details, source code, animation and point to point tutorial visit the main site article section ( -> Overview -> Articles).



Would be nice if your upcoming charting library would use XML for the data transfer between client and server too(at least this is how many chars do). This would allow users to easily replace them with your solution.
E.g. see:

(by pressing the view/copy XML)

Posted by Joseph S. on April 12, 2009 at 04:43 PM IST #

I see ! This is a good suggestion. thanks for sharing your view.

Posted by Vaibhav Choudhary on April 12, 2009 at 04:56 PM IST #

Apart from the Jazzy stuff, are there any widgets used for regular business application development? These graphs are useless unless they are accompanied by data widgets like Data table, Panel, widget containers etc. For eg., Adobe Flex provides all the widgets and components that can be used by web applications. I am not able to find anything similar to that in JavaFX.

Posted by Thiru Doddi on May 07, 2009 at 05:44 PM IST #

Because you are coming to conclusion very soon, so you are not finding any thing. You should understand the maturity of the product. How old Flex is and how old JavaFX is !

By the way, JavaFX has everything from which any site development can be done. These are just the samples and off course useless.

Posted by Vaibhav on May 07, 2009 at 05:56 PM IST #

I shared my ideas from a business development point of view. While introducing a new product, I will look into the popular features in the market as well as those offered by the competing products and incorporate them into my product. This way, the users will have something to use right-away and to convince their business users. If I need to do a lot of coding to show one graph and need to do more coding to create a data-table or a form, I may not be able to quantify the merits of the product's use. The new products must support the features provided by the products in the current market - actually they should be more advanced than the existing ones to beat the competition. I know that there is a long way and a long future for JavaFX, but I will incorporate the features like providing advanced GUI widgets before releasing the product into the market. extjs followed this approach and now you see the heights it reached!!

Posted by Thiru Doddi on May 20, 2009 at 11:07 AM IST #

thank's for the leson!!

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