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OJUG JavaFX 2.0

Time: September 22, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: DeVry Room 106
Street: 4000 Millennia Blvd room 106
City/Town: Orlando, FL 32839
Event Type: presentation
Latest Activity: Sep 22, 2011

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Event Description

This month Jim Clarke, co-author of JavaFX - Developing Rich Internet Applications, will bring us up to date on the latest JavaFX 2.0 features. JavaFX provides a powerful Java-based UI platform capable of handling large-scale data driven business applications. With this new update, Java-FX 2.0, developers can create JavaFX applications completely in Java. This allows developers to preserve existing investments by reusing Java libraries in the JavaFX applications.

 

It's a huge update that embraces the core Java platform and provides a rich set of graphics and media API to simplify development of visual applications. Jim will bring us up to date on all that JavaFX 2.0 has to offer including, but not limited to:

  • WebView Control
    • for embedding live web pages directly in you java application
  • Swing
  • JavaFX Integration
and
  • GroovyFX
    • a new open source project he is working on, that provides a Groovy binding for JavaFX

So come on out to DeVry and learn about the latest update to JavaFX.

 

 

DIRECTIONS TO
ORLANDO CAMPUS OF DeVRY UNIVERSITY
4000 Millenia Boulevard
Orlando, FL   32839

FROM TAMPA OR DISNEY GOING EAST ON I-4

 

Take I-4 east to Conroy Road – Exit 78.  Turn right off the exit onto Conroy Road.  At the next light turn left onto Millenia Blvd.  The campus will be on your right.  There is visitor’s parking at the front of the building.  Use the center front entrance.  


FROM DOWNTOWN ORLANDO AND NORTH

 

Take I-4 west to Conroy Road – Exit 78.  Turn left off the exit onto Conroy Road.  (You will cross back over I-4.)  Take Conroy Road to Millenia Blvd. and turn left.  The campus will be on your right.  There is visitor’s parking at the front of the building.  Use the center front entrance.


FROM ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

 

Take the Beeline Expressway (528 toll) west to I-4.  Take I-4 east to Conroy Road – Exit 78.  Turn right off the exit onto Conroy Road.  Take Conroy Road to Millenia Blvd. and turn left.  The campus will be on your right.  There is visitor’s parking at the front of the building.  Use the center front entrance. 


FROM KISSIMMEE/ST. CLOUD


Take the Florida Turnpike (toll) to I-4 east.  Take I-4 east to Conroy Road – Exit 78.  Turn right off the exit onto Conroy Road.  Take Conroy Road to Millenia Blvd. and turn left.  The campus will be on your right.  There is visitor’s parking at the front of the building.  Use the center front entrance.

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Comment by Michael Levin on September 9, 2011 at 5:32pm

Rajil, I'll see about posting the presentation. Best, Mike

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