3:45 PM Saturday
Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 3rd and 4th, 2009session

Getting Started with JavaFX and WidgetFX


About This Session

WidgetFX is an open-source framework that is built on Sun's new JavaFX RIA platform and allows you to deploy your applications as desktop widgets. It ships with several configurable, skinnable widgets and has a growing repository of user-created widgets, from performance monitors to streaming video. <p> This session is aimed at Java developers who want to learn the basics of how to write JavaFX applications that also can be deployed as desktop widgets. <p> In this session you will learn how to: <ul> <li>Code a simple, interactive JavaFX application <li>Easily convert JavaFX applications to desktop widgets <li>Reuse existing JavaFX and Java technology-based APIs <li>Develop signed widgets with access to system resources <li>Communicate with enterprise Web services from the desktop, using JavaFX technology <li>Hook into existing APIs to do cool things such as interact with hardware, use 3-D, and embed Flash <li>Build widgets that can also be deployed on mobile devices </ul> <p> Come join Pro JavaFX author and hacker Stephen Chin and WidgetFX coauthor Keith Combs for an interactive tour through the latest in Java RIA technologies.

Time: 3:45 PM Saturday    Room: 4218 

The Speaker(s)

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Stephen Chin

Lead Java Community Manager , Oracle

Stephen Chin is a Java Ambassador at Oracle specializing in UI technology, co-author of the Pro JavaFX Platform 2 title, and the new JavaOne Content Chair. He can be followed on twitter @steveonjava, reached via his blog: http://steveonjava.com/, and his hacking adventures can be seen on: http://nighthacking.com/