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Chet Haase on Java FX, Update N and JDK 7



In this presentation from QCon San Francisco 2007, Chet Haase discusses Java SE 6, Update N/Consumer JRE, the goals and feature set for Java FX (e.g. media support, scene graph, HTML and mobile devices), and the current set of possible features for JDK 7 such as Java FX features, Swing-related JSRs (295 and 296), transparent/shaped windows, tiered compilation, closures and invoke-dynamic bytecode.


Chet Haase is a Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) client architect in the Java Desktop Group. He works with the client teams to make Java technology on the desktop more productive, useful, and successful. This means tracking desktop application development in general and making sure that Java software meets and hopefully exceeds developer requirements.

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Feb 12, 2008

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  • Consumer JRE

    by Matt Giacomini,

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    I used to read about a feature that was supposed to come with the N/Consumer JRE that would allow a developer to create a stripped down version of the JRE that we could ship with our applications. *I'm not talking about applets*

    It really sucks to have to install a 80mb JRE to run a small utility application. I don't want to see any replies to this post with people talking the about download JRE features. I'm interested in targeting environments where downloads things from the internet to servers is not allowed. The only way to know that my application is going to work when intalled is to include a JRE.

  • The irony!

    by Ahmed Mohombe,

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    Isn't it a little ironic that to view the presentation/screencast/video about JavaFX (a flash competitor) one needs a "flash player" :) ?

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