Announcing: JavaFX 12

It has already been six months since we announced the release of JavaFX 11. JavaFX 11 was the first release of JavaFX that was decoupled from the JDK, and it marked the beginning of a new approach where developers can decide to use JavaFX as a standalone SDK or as […]

Announcing: JavaFX 11

On June 13, Kevin Rushforth proposed a milestone schedule for JavaFX 11 that would lead to a release on September 18. That date has finally arrived, and right on schedule we at Gluon are very happy and proud to announce that JavaFX 11 is available. The most exciting aspect of […]

JavaFX 11 early access on embedded

The OpenJFX team, which includes developers from companies like Oracle and Gluon, as well as individuals, is working very hard to get the JavaFX 11 release for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux published later this month. While the release is stabilizing (early access builds are available), we are now […]

Java, AI, Mobile and Cloud

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is getting very important in many cases. In the following post, we explain how Java developers can leverage first class AI tools on client and cloud software. More and more software projects are using some kind of Artificial Intelligence, and in many cases, the application of AI […]

Commercial support for JavaFX

As we’ve written about previously, JavaFX is in the process of being decoupled from Oracle’s Java SDK distribution. As a consequence of this, JavaFX will be able to have its own lifecycle and roadmap, leveraging the latest Java distribution. With Gluon, we are very committed to the success of JavaFX, […]