Java Inventor: JavaFX for Mortals
zonski at gmail.com
Sun Jul 22 03:59:02 PDT 2012
I don't think anyone else has replied on this so I thought I would just
jump in and say: very impressive!
You've sure covered a lot of ground there. I especially like the publish to
Google App Engine feature - nice touch.
I'll be interested to see what kind of uptake you get on this.
On Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 1:43 AM, Jeff Martin <jeff at reportmill.com> wrote:
> Links were stripped out:
> Java Inventor Gallery: http://www.reportmill.com/javi/gallery
> JFX Flow: http://www.zenjava.com/jfx-flow
> Dex: http://www.javainc.com/projects/dex/Dex.html
> On Jul 17, 2012, at 10:33 AM, Jeff Martin wrote:
> > It seems this forum has been open to technology previews before, like
> the very cool JFX Flow and Dex. So in that vein, I hope it's okay to point
> this group to another.
> > Java Inventor is a free IDE for education to make Java and JavaFX
> available to a broader audience. I'm thrilled with JavaFX - it's a
> sophisticated framework for sophisticated developers. Javi (for short) is
> an app builder and framework that lets anyone build and deploy rich
> internet database apps in minutes without having to spend years learning
> dozens of software, server and internet technologies. It's a true all in
> one: project manager, graphics designer, UI builder, database builder, code
> editor, media editor, report builder, ORM, app server, DB server, group
> source code server and more.
> > Please check out the example gallery. The first four items show video
> creating a JavaFX UI on a data table for contact entry/update/search with
> report generation and internet deployment to Google App Engine - All in 10
> minutes or less! I hope Javi can help JavaFX reach millions of people
> beyond sophisticated developers: students, hobbyists, business managers,
> graphics designers and more. Let me know (on or offline) if you have any
> > Jeff Martin
> > 214.513.1636
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