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Gluon Mobile

The Gluon Mobile library takes care of all the grunt work, so you can focus on the important aspects of your code.

In particular, Gluon Mobile helps with the visuals, data connectivity, and making use of hardware embedded in mobile devices.

Links: Product Overview | Documentation | JavaDoc | Samples


Gluon CloudLink

Having your software be part of the cloud has never been easier. Gluon CloudLink takes care of authentication, storage, client access synchronization in a secure, elastic, and performant way. Use the Gluon Mobile library to easily connect to Gluon CloudLink – don’t concern yourself with networking technicalities!

Don’t want to host your data in the cloud? Use Gluon CloudLink On-Premise to have your own cloud hosted behind your VPN.

Links: Product Overview | Documentation | Samples


Gluon Desktop

Gluon Desktop is a ‘convention over configuration’ application framework designed exclusively for building cross-platform desktop applications. It has been designed from the ground up with a focus on having a minimal API, and to also handle as much of the work behind the scenes as possible.

Links: Product Overview | Documentation | JavaDoc | Samples


Scene Builder

Scene Builder is a drag-and-drop user interface builder designed from the ground up for building high quality JavaFX user interfaces. It generates FXML files as output, allowing for separation between designers and developers.

Links: Project Overview | Documentation


JavaFXPorts

After Sun/Oracle open-sourced the JavaFX framework, there were no technical barriers preventing it from being ported to Android and iOS. This work is coordinated by JavaFXPorts.org. Apart from porting, tools are created that make it easy to deploy applications into the AppStore and the Play Store.

This work forms the underpinnings for much of the Gluon technology stack.

Links: Project Overview | Documentation


Gluon Connect

Gluon Connect simplifies the connection to, and parsing of, data from web services. It is built to be cloud-agnostic, allowing it to connect to any web service you want, but it also has baked in support for all of the functionality offered by Gluon CloudLink.

Links: Project Overview | Documentation | JavaDoc | Samples