Separating observable data structures out into a separate library?
johan at lodgon.com
Tue Sep 23 06:47:56 UTC 2014
The Observable framework works as part of the whole JavaFX Platform on
Android, see http://javafxports.org
2014-09-21 15:06 GMT+02:00 Mike Hearn <mike at plan99.net>:
> Observable data structures are a useful and general abstraction, which
> JavaFX deploys to great effect. Combined with the mirroring techniques I
> posted about a few months ago I found them to be a good way of combining
> background work and network-updated state with GUI apps.
> For this reason, they'd also be useful outside of JavaFX, like on Android.
> So I have a couple of questions:
> 1. Are there license reasons why the JFX Observable* framework can't be
> used in for example Android apps? How does the JFX license affect this?
> 2. If the JFX observables framework could be separated out from JFX
> itself, would there be any appetite for a Java 6 compatible version that
> resided in some separate mavenable library?
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