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JavaFX in the new era of GraalVM

This article was originally posted in Java magazin (in German). In September 2020, JavaFX 15 was released, which makes an ideal occasion for us to philosophize on why JavaFX is more relevant than ever. In this article, we’ll go beyond JavaFX on the desktop, and even beyond JavaFX on mobile. […]


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JavaFX on embedded, an update

JavaFX 15 has been released recently for Windows, MacOS and Linux. Developers using Gluon Substrate can leverage JavaFX 15 already on iOS and Android. In this blog post, we want to explain our plans for JavaFX on embedded, but first, a screenshot from a pre-release version of Gluon Start: Being […]


Why JavaFX 15 matters for you

Earlier this month, JavaFX 15 was released. The release notes were published on Github; a short summary of the highlights was made available on openjfx.io and foojay. In his interview with jaxenter, Johan Vos explains why this release is important: We want to make sure we keep supporting new hardware […]


Java AI libraries with Gluon Mobile

One of the advantages of Java is the huge ecosystem. Many Java developers, both individuals as well as large companies and anything in between, create and maintain Java libraries and frameworks that complement the Java core platform. Thanks to the cross-platform nature of Java, these libraries are typically very portable. […]


Gluon Book giveaway

The Gluon technology stack is the very best way to get Java running on Desktop, Embedded, Android and iOS devices using a single codebase. Gluon Mobile  makes creating beautiful and highly functional cross-device mobile applications a breeze, while Gluon CloudLink makes connecting your backend services to your mobile applications something […]