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Gluon Mobile 5.0.0

The Gluon engineering team is proud to announce the release of Gluon Mobile 5.0.0, as well as updated versions of our Gluon IDE plugins for IntelliJ IDEA, NetBeans, and Eclipse. As stated in our earlier announcement, the primary focus of this release has been to simplify Gluon Mobile APIs. With […]


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, […]


Gluon and JavaFX

Recently Oracle announced their intention to stop shipping JavaFX with JDK 11 and later. The result of this has caused some uncertainty in the client Java community, so we at Gluon wanted to very briefly outline the implications of this announcement, for us, and more importantly, for you. It goes […]


A statuspage for Gluon VM

Gluon VM is Gluon’s solution for bringing Java to mobile in general, and to iOS in particular. Gluon VM contains an Ahead Of Time compiler (AOT) that translates Java bytecode into platform specific code, combines it with native code (that can be accessed using JNI), and bundles everything in a […]