JavaFX 2 Availability, OpenSource, JDK 1.7, No AWT and New Plugin - Some Official Information

Most of the JavaFX 2 questions asked in the posts: Hello JavaFX 2! - A TableView Component and Hello JavaFX 2! - Back To Java are discussed by Richard Bair, Java Client Architect, with background information in the Episode 16 of the Java Spotlight podcast.

Enjoy listening!


Will be JavaFx free. In this podcast I heard word "customer"

Posted by on February 23, 2011 at 01:30 PM CET #

Where is the transcription ? Is there a transcription for non english natives ?

Posted by Paulo alessandre on February 23, 2011 at 05:04 PM CET #

Do people actually bother to look at the links?
There is your transcription.

And of course it is free. Can you imagine how popular it would be if developers were charged to use it.

This article is due to him being bombarded with questions when he is not an oracle employee.
Yet these are two of the worst yet.

Posted by Me on February 24, 2011 at 05:58 AM CET #

Thank you for the transcription link ! And Sorry for bothering you , I just did not find the link you talking about.

Posted by Paulo alessandre on February 24, 2011 at 04:17 PM CET #

"Do people actually bother to look at the links?"
Well, when the links are nearly indistinguishable from plain text (color #032559 vs. #333333 (two very dark colors), no underline), it is understandable that people miss them...

Well, thanks for the information anyway.

Posted by PhiLho on July 11, 2011 at 05:50 PM CEST #

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