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After Oracle announced JavaFX 2.0's return to the Mac earlier this week, I spent some time porting our previously Windows-only JavaFX application back to the Mac. It was surprisingly easy. I found a few bugs, but they turned out to be quite easy to work around. Here's what to watch out for, if you are porting... 1. The Mac API does not use stage.setVisible(true) like the new JavaFX 2.0 Windows...
on Oct 5, 2011
These are the days to be a Java UI developer! For so many years I have dreamt of Java’s return to the client side, and now – at long last – the developers at Oracle are making this dream come true.  Since the late nineties I have been developing a large number of both web based and swing based UIs, and it has always felt like a hard choice between two imperfect sets of...
on Sep 18, 2011