JavaFX 1.0 for Windows

by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Avg. Rating 2.0 (25 votes)

File Details

File Size 17.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,350
Publisher Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Homepage JavaFX

Publisher's Description

JavaFX is an expressive rich client platform for creating and delivering rich Internet experiences across all the screens of your life. The JavaFX platform gives you unparalleled freedom and flexibility to create Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) and content across multiple screens, including mobile phones, desktops, televisions, and other consumer devices.It combines the best capabilities of the Java platform with comprehensive, immersive media functionality into an intuitive and comprehensive, one-stop development environment.

The JavaFX platform empowers content developers by enabling them to focus on creativity instead of coding. It enables developers to create game-changing applications and engaging content with maximum market penetration opportunities.

Latest Reviews

mikedo

mikedo reviewed v1.0 on Dec 10, 2008

JavaFX looks similar to Flex, Flex though runs on Flash and JavaFX on Java VM.

Plus side for JavaFX - much much more libraries out there written for Java than for Flex, also Java Standard Edition API is very rich. Java has ability to display widgets in the native operating system's look and feel.

Downside - Flex has more mature UI-building tools, and Flash has better design and animation tools.

However, when the design tools for JavaFX are released, they will be free (unlike FlexBuilder).

po4ko

po4ko reviewed v1.0 on Dec 9, 2008

Yes choice is evil.

mjm01010101

mjm01010101 reviewed v1.0 on Dec 5, 2008

Too many "platforms" out there. Let the dust settle for once?

Avg. Rating 2.0 (25 votes)
Your Rating
mikedo

mikedo reviewed v1.0 on Dec 10, 2008

JavaFX looks similar to Flex, Flex though runs on Flash and JavaFX on Java VM.

Plus side for JavaFX - much much more libraries out there written for Java than for Flex, also Java Standard Edition API is very rich. Java has ability to display widgets in the native operating system's look and feel.

Downside - Flex has more mature UI-building tools, and Flash has better design and animation tools.

However, when the design tools for JavaFX are released, they will be free (unlike FlexBuilder).

po4ko

po4ko reviewed v1.0 on Dec 9, 2008

Yes choice is evil.

mjm01010101

mjm01010101 reviewed v1.0 on Dec 5, 2008

Too many "platforms" out there. Let the dust settle for once?

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