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Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris
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Java FX Tools Aquarium Paris

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Martin Brehosvky presentation of the JavaFX 1.0 tooling in Paris on December 12th 2008.

Martin Brehosvky presentation of the JavaFX 1.0 tooling in Paris on December 12th 2008.

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  • 1. JavaFX Tools Martin Brehovsky Architect and Lead of JavaFX Production Suite Sun Microsystems
  • 2. JavaFX Tools ● Tools supported for JavaFX 1.0 ● JavaFX plugins for NetBeans 6.5 ● JavaFX plugins for Eclipse 3.4 ● JavaFX Production Suite
  • 3. JavaFX Plugins for NetBeans 6.5 ● Open source project at javafx.netbeans.org ● Available either as plugins or as JavaFX IDE ● Includes JavaFX SDK 1.0 w/ mobile emulator ● JavaFX Project Type ● Many Samples
  • 4. JavaFX Plugins for NetBeans 6.5 ● Can include Java and JavaFX classes ● Code completion, code snippets/palette ● Configurations ● Preview ● Debugger/Profiler ● Support for assets exported by JavaFX Production Suite (FXZ/FXD files) ● Deployment to Desktop/Applet/WebStart/Mobile
  • 5. JavaFX Plugins for Eclipse 3.4 ● Open source project at http://kenai.com/projects/eplugin ● Provides basic support for developing JavaFX applications in Eclipse ● As with NetBeans can deploy and run applications on Deskto/Applet/WebStart/Mobile ● Still in an experimental mode
  • 6. JavaFX 1.0 Production Suite ● Allows exporting graphic assets to JavaFX ● Provides a bridge between a designer and a developer (both are equal partners) ● Targeted at designers using graphical tools such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop – Plugins for AI/PS, SVG Converter and JavaFX Graphics Viewer ● Loader for assets exported by the suite ● Samples showing the workflow
  • 7. JavaFX 1.0 Production Suite ● Basic workflow: – Designer creates graphics in one or more graphical tools, identifies significant elements and exports it to JavaFX as FXZ file – Developer takes the FXZ file(s) from the designer, loads them and manipulates the exposed elements ● By this we separate graphics and code, so both of them can be updated independently at its own pace
  • 8. Summary ● JavaFX 1.0 is here together with tools for developers (NetBeans, Eclipse) and for designers (JavaFX Production Suite) ● Using both NetBeans and Eclipse you can develop and deploy applications to desktop, web, webstart and mobile ● This is the beginning – you will see more and broader support coming in the upcoming year
  • 9. Questions/Answers
  • 10. Thank You Martin Brehovsky Architect and Lead of JavaFX Production Suite Sun Microsystems

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