Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Jan 4, 2016
This session showcases all the cool new features added in the last year to JavaFX and gives ideas on how to best use those features for new applications. In the last year, there have been many advances in the JavaFX platform in several major releases. This session highlights the most exciting ones and showcases, with examples, how they can be used with cool results for real-world applications.
Authors: Jasper Potts Currently working as a engineer at Sun Microsystems on the Java Swing Team. There where I am working on JTable, Synth, Nimbus Look & Feel and various Java One talks. Prior to working at Sun I was working on a Java photo management application called Imagery for my own company Xerto. Imagery is a powerful piece of software for helping professionals manage large digital image collections. Built in Java with support for huge collections of hundreds of thousands of images and P2P server-less replicated collaboration.
Richard Bair Richard Bair is an application developer with over 7 years experience in writing SQL database front ends. Four of those years were devoted to writing Java applications based on Swing and JDBC. He is currently tasked with working on the back-end components in JDNC for communicating with various data stores such as RDBMS systems, web services, and EJB servers, as well as working on Swing components and general JDNC project management. He joined Sun Microsystems in November of 2004 as a member of the Swing team, working full time on the JDNC project.